Sony’s first Android smart watch is here, named  Sony Smart watch 3, got a jazzy update in front of CES 2015. The Japanese giant disclosed the stainless steel rendition of Smart watch 3, which was propelled in November, at CES 2015; the new model will be accessible for purchase from February, the organization said.

With this change, Smart watch 3 will get in rivalry with other metallic smart watches like Moto 360, which has gathered positives for being more receptive to clients’ configuration inclination than most models in the business sector.

Not only the new look, the new Smart watch 3 model imparts all the features with its older sibling. The smart watch accompanies a square dial, having dimensions of 36x10x51 mm and weighs only 38 Grams. The watch offers a 1.6-inch TFT LCD screen with a resolution of 320p. It is fueled by a 1.2 GHz ARM A7 quad core processor along with 512 MB RAM. The smart watch incorporates GPS and a 420mAh battery.

The individuals who owns a Sony Smart watch 3 can decide to purchase just the 24mm metallic band and use it in conjunction with their current smart watch dial.

The older version of Smart watch 3 was aimed to target people who were into sports, while this metallic version is for a customer having a strong sense for fashion and luxury.

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