Sony released its new computerized clock, which the company said will sell for 200 dollars in the United States and will work with a variety of phones with the Android system.
“The average user of multi-purpose phones goes to your appliance more than 100 times a day to check messages, read e-mail and notifications from social sites and, of course, to know the time,” said Ravi Nookala, President of Sony Mobile Communications in United States, in a statement. “The SmartWatch 2 facilitates these tasks, and does much more with the available applications, from productivity to games and exercises”.
SmartWatch 2 – is designed to complement a phone – especially those with Android 4.0 or later. The screen measures 1.6 inches (4 centimeters), the same as the one of the Gear.
Sony also announced at launch in the United States of two phones: Xperia Z Ultra screen 6.4 inches, which will be sold for $650, while the 4 G LTE version will be sold by 680. In addition, the Xperia Z1 is a phone with a 20.7 megapixels and interchangeable lens camera. It will sell for 670 dollars.
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