Consumer electronics giant Sony which had been bamboozled and sabotaged by the alleged Lizard Group last December and recently has been baffled by invasion of privacy issue is hoping that Lady Luck will finally smile on the company as it unveils its very own Smartwatch 3 Steel Edition.
The wrist-worn device which made its first appearance in the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January will soon be available worldwide in the next few months.
The wearable device dons a trendy design which is quite similar to the plastic Smartwatch 3.
The Smartwatch 3 is tipped to be competitive when it tangles with Moto 360 and LG G Watch R in smartwatch niche and possibly against Apple Watch which will be launched and released this year.
The sleek Smartwatch 3 boasts of awesome features such as 1.6-inch TFT (320 x 320) LCD screen panel display, 1.2 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM and has an internal storage capacity of 4 GB.
The Smartwatch 3 supports Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, NFC and peppered with an assortment of sensors that are linked to holistic lifestyle and staying in top shape. Sony states that the wearable device decks in that will lasts 48 hours.
However, the pricing for the Smartwatch 3 is still not yet disclosed.
The smartwatch is run by Android Wear (Google’s operating system for smartwatches that hasn’t gained traction yet and still under one million sales to date).
The Smartwatch 3 also comes with a 22 mm holder which let would-be buyers to change the strap. The original strap brings in a metallic band that blends well with the metal design of the wearable device.
The buyers of the Smartwatch 3 will get a special treat as they will gain free access to To-do-list premium service (a fantastic app for smartwatch users) for six months.