Sony's SmartWatch 3, the first Android Wear device from the firm, was unveiled during IFA 2014 alongside the Smartband Talk fitness tracker. The company had detailed that the wearables will launch later in autumn this year, but as yet there is no official word from Sony.
The Japanese manufacturer claims the SmartWatch 3 has been specifically designed for the new Android Wear update. It comes with a built-in accelerometer, compass, gyroscope and GPS sensor.
The SmartWatch 3 sports a 1.6-inch (320x320 pixels) display set within a stainless steel core, and is waterproof with IP68 certification. The device also includes built-in 4GB storage and can connect with a Bluetooth headset.
On the other hand, SmartBand Talk features a curved and always-on 1.4-inch e-paper display, which the company claims is low-power consuming despite being highly visible and clear. The screen on the SmartBand Talk offers users Lifelog activity, notifications and the time at a glance.
The SmartBand Talk also features built-in microphone and speaker for a short call function. This feature allows users to forward calls from a paired smartphone to the SmartBand Talk, which with its built-in microphone and speaker lets users talk into it and hear the caller, along with HD Voice support.Notably, both the Sony SmartWatch 3 and SmartBand Talk work with Lifelog, the accompanying app for the wearables.