The Sony Smartwatch 3 review is one of Sony’s first Android wear devices and it is highly attractive and the Android wear device works on Google’s operating system and is one of the best wearable smartwatch you can go for, and it has adopted many new and fresh designs with some brilliant features making it one of the best.
The smartwatch may not be as stylish as some other watches, but itsure is an eye-catcher with respect to its smartwatch tag, and it doesn’t disappoint the company and its reputation, it has many exciting features, butyou cannot see any company logo on its small screen, it doesn’t have as many buttons as some other smartwatches except for a button in it right but you barely need it as it lights up as soon as you try to raise your arms and it even lights up with the top of its screen.
The device is made up of some strong rubber material and it has an equally powerful buckle mechanism just like any other metal-strapped gents watch. It is very easy for you to adjust the strap in case of a misfit without cutting it or causing any harm to the device thereby making it an attractive device with very attractive features.
- The specifications of the Sony Smartwatch 3 revie ware as follows:
- Battery: 420 Mah battery
- Screen: the device has a transflective screen
- Screen resolution: 320x 320 pixels
- Memory storage: 4 gigabyte EMMC flash memory storage
- GPS: the device has a built in GPS
- NFC: yes
- Gyro: yes
- Compass: yes
- Accelerometer: yes
- Bluetooth: yes
The Sony Smartwatch 3 review has an external USB charge port which makes it very easy for you to recharge your device.Almost anywhere possible, unlike most other smatwatches which have a wireless charging option, the device’s biggest positive point is that it is dust and water resistant as the USB port is covered with a rubber bung which makes the device almost totally safe in water, although it may not be the best idea to go swimming with the device on, the device also allows you to do some web searches, send some e-mails, send text messages, set alarms and many more other things with just your voice command.
Some of the cons related to the Sony Smartwatch 3 review its battery life which last for only 2 days to be precise and that is very low for a smart watch when compared to some other smartwatches in the market which can run for almost 4 to 5 days, and another of the most important thing that the device lacks is a heart-rate monitor which senses your heart readings and takes on-demand readings.
The Sony Smartwatch 3 review has many strengths like the very effective and functional GPS which gives you some effective directions while you travel, its transflective which helps you read in bright sunlight without turning the device’s lights on, but to be true, its battery life is a bit on the lower side and so it is advised that you should only go for this device if you are on a fixed budget else there are a few better options than this smart watch in the market.