yeah, 25 Jun 2013i know this might be a stupid question, but, does anybody know if it pairs thru bluetooth with... moreSorry mate, only android smartphones with ICS or up...you could buy an budget android (sony ericssons or sony) with 4.0 and still use this smartwatch. Or ditch the iphone and buy Xperia Z + smartwatch (I imagine that it will be promotions relative to these two)
i know this might be a stupid question, but, does anybody know if it pairs thru bluetooth with any cellphone, not just android? I have an iPhone and Apple's version of this(iPod nano, which was discontinued and changed to a bigger design, a not wearable as a watch design) SUCKS. This looks neat.
piotr, 25 Jun 2013No this is not an iPod nano and it is not an MP3 player ...
At Sony we use bluetoth headsets ... moreApple still needs cables?
You've never used an iPod or iPhone have you?
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2013Tremendeous disappointment about use LCD screen. It must be an OLED type for better view. Beca... moreSony uses TFT instead of OLED is becoz of "water-resistance", OLED can't be used on water-proofed device as you can see Samsung uses TFT on the S4 Active too
Tremendeous disappointment about use LCD screen. It must be an OLED type for better view. Because of that I will wait for another smartwatch with OLED screen.
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2013Should have a 3.5mm slot for earphones. Keep in mind that this is a smartphone partner/accessory, so the earphones goes on the smartphone!
Ali, 25 Jun 2013Oh man charging. Where is wireless charging where it is needed. Sony should have included wi... moreThe wireless charging it's still pointless at this time even for smartphones...the solar panels are a good idea but vessel would be huge to use on the wrist, you couldn't make what you wish and keep the same size you see on the pictures. And of course, the pricing would be crazy!! But try if you wish the smartwatch one and see what is his worth before this one!
PirateKing, 25 Jun 2013You can't make a sms with this smartwatch -_-But you can write on your phone a pre-defined sms and send it later when needed from the watch...state in mind that this is an accessory for an android smartphone (compatible). If normally use the smartphone connected with the car, through the watch you switch music tracks, can call to anyone specific and other things.
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2013OMG a watch shouldn't need to be taken off every night to be put on charge. What if you've use... moreW t f?! Well, you can fully charge it in 1hour anytime, anywhere it has an USB reception with power. I don't see the problem here. Full usage it can last you 1-2 days and medium usage 4days...it depends always on your type of usage or wich apps you use most. I use more sms, Mp3 player and e-mail and twiter (when 3G/Wi-fi is on), all the other 15 apps I have are secundary for me. Try it for yourself and see what this gadget can do ;)
So if you charge 4-5 days for a smartwatch is bad? I have one (the smartwatch 2), the worst he has performed was 2 days only but at that time I used it intensively with the screen always on. With medium usage (without Facebook or twitter notification on) it lasts 4 days or more which is great. I don't know if this new one has a superior battery but even if it's the same, 4 days is a great deal. The only downsize on mine is the different charging cable for a different port (didn't matter me so much) but will better with the standard microUSB, plus I think it's thinner than mine. Will replace mine, as soon as comes out depending on the price.
the concerning thing for SmartWatch is their battery,because Watch is Watch you cannot charge their battery every time.
[deleted post]Well the mentioned phone are OVER-designed, and not intended for daily use either. You need a bumper on those not to break them.
But hey, Sony could launch a similar bumper for this! It would make it even uglier, but perhaps a bit more likely to survive daily wear...
..., 25 Jun 2013how did they release 100s of apps for it if it isnt out O_oSmartwatch one had 100+ apps and you can use them also on this watch ... that's how!