- Click a photo
- Run a few apps
- Check your email, Facebook, Twitter and daily calendar.
- Adjust settings of your audio players
- Set an alarm and still act as a regular watch
The Sony Smartwatch 2 has a 1.6 inch, 220 X176 display. This is not as good as the Samsung Galaxy Gear but definitely easy to work with. It works with all smartphones using Android 4.0 and later. The battery capacity runs an average 3 day limit with frequent and regular usage and can last longer with limited text and call notification usage. This is definitely a plus when compared to the Galaxy Gear which barely runs beyond 24 hours. The smart watch is chargeable with a micro USB slot.
The Sony Smartwatch is available in both metal and rubber watch straps. It looks and feels more like a regular watch in comparison to competitor brands such as Samsung. The overall look is sleek and not too overwhelming for someone new to this technology. In simple words, it’s not just for the nerds.
Ease of Use
The best feature in the Sony Smartwatch is how it conserves power and displays a regular low-power clock when it is on standby mode. Sony is keeping it simple with a side button to power everything back on. It’s not just the design that’s simple but also the UI which is pretty basic and not too confusing.
Sync your data
Pair your SmartWatch 2 with your NFC phone by touching one device on the other, it is equipped with NFC Technology which help syncing of information instant and easy. One touch is all it takes.
The Sony Smartwatch 2 is a great companion for anyone who has a need to constantly check notifications and multitask on the go. It’s not an expensive tech toy and can certainly be a fashionable gear to show off for techies and anyone looking to replace their regular watch with one that’s smart.