Back in September, Sony announced its first Android Wear Sony SmartWatch 3. Now at the CES 2015 expo at Las Vega that is currently going on, the company has unveiled the stainless steel version of the device and we rolled out globally from next month onwards.
Apart from the strap belt and the steel finish there is no change in the hardware of the device. Looking to its specs, the Sony SmartWatch 3 features a 1.6inch transflective LCD display with 320×320 pixel resolution. Under the hood lies a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset at 1.2GHz. The device has 512MB of RAM memory and 4GB of internal storage with 420mAh of battery capacity.
Apart from airing with smartphone via Bluetooth, it can even work as an standalone smartwatch and has integrated microphone, GPS sensors, gyroscope and compass. The device also supports micro USB port charging. The device comes with IP58 and IP68 certification making it dust and water proof.