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Posted by goldenface


Sony SmartWatch 2 is a second screen for your Android smartphone that, as well as enhancing existing phone functionality, offers unique new benefits. Combining form and function in a sleek design, it serves as a multi-functional watch, notifier, Android app interface and phone remote control, all-in-one.

Compatible
Works as an NFC watch with all smartphones using Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and later

Battery time
Low usage 7 days*
Normal usage, 3-4 days*
*Watch always on

Standards
Bluetooth 3.0
Android release: 4.0 and later
Charging with micro USB

Hardware
SmartWatch
Transflective LCD 1.6”
Materials: Aluminum & high polished plastics
Pixels: 220x176

Languages
English master, Chinese (Trad), Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Japanese, Portuguese, Czech, Russian, Polish, Spanish & Swedish

Apps/plugins ready-to-go
App recommender
Facebook
Twitter
SMS
MMS
Missed call notification
Calendar notification
Email
Google+
New events – aggregator
Missed call
RSS
Gmail
Viewfinder (remote camera shutter)
Phonebook
Music player
Find phone
Call log
Weather
Time, date
Hundreds of apps available at Google Play



Press Release

Product Page
[ This Message was edited by: goldenface on 2013-06-25 19:34 ]



Posted by etaab
Love the watch, hate the strap.

I might just end up getting one of these. Ive always liked the idea of being able to check messages without taking my phone out of my pocket.

Posted by goldenface
I had the fist smartwatch, it was a lot of fun and there are a lot more apps available now. This version looks ridiculously masculine, it doesn't look good on a girls arm.

Posted by Arne Anka

On 2013-06-25 22:50:16, etaab wrote:
Love the watch, hate the strap.


There are two straps for the clock, one made of silicon and one made of metal and if none of hem is of your liking, you can use any standard clock strap.

Still think the battery is on the weak side. I can stand charging my phone two or three times a week, but not a clock, even if it is smart (I rather buy a dumb one in this regard).
[ This Message was edited by: Arne Anka on 2013-06-25 23:46 ]


Posted by Supa_Fly

On 2013-06-25 22:50:16, etaab wrote:
Love the watch, hate the strap.

I might just end up getting one of these. Ive always liked the idea of being able to check messages without taking my phone out of my pocket.



Just like the 2nd official commercial showing a dinner date where the dude checks a message from another girl discreetly … etaab is pimping!! lol.


Goldenface, I recall you posting about the original smart watch. I'm VERY glad about Sony carrying on this innovative tradition the REAL innovators in this space. Especially with all these cheap ass startups. Apple will debut theirs late in 2013 or early 2014 and have the marketing $$$ to show for it … yet feature wise it'll be "ho-hum" and not even relevant to compare. Sony RULES in this space!!

Arne, haven't seen you post in a dogs age - yet I haven't been cruising many threads of late - good to see you still around! makes us ol'timers (;) lol )feel young. I'd like to see Sony's next smart watch incorporate the Seiko technology for Kinetics … basically turning physical manual movement of the watch into electrical power to charge the internal battery. This gives longer use times between main charging and also self-sufficient charges, along with longer battery life, even with new technologies. Sieko was approved for space several times solely based on this technology - even in space movement still creates a kinetic force of momentum, perpetual and almost indefinite. Recall the ultron (I think it's called). This new implementation in smart watches will define a new paradigm and forever change perception of smart watches.

I think Sony now has the edge and ability to start getting creative in the design of these watches … make them more fashionable and have specific target markets for male and female!!! I'm not sure the demographics for Android users … but in BlackBerry legacy and in current BB10 … women users rule with a 55% advantage - you cannot imagine how many girls I've seen place 1 night stand ads with their PIN numbers. I really think Sony can benefit by a) going back to multi platform support for such applications ~ a particular internal developer at BlackBerry uses this watch and wrote his own app in QML/Cascades for native support for it, and b) Sony can benefit between demographics with style. should they be inclined to follow this route - I think Swatch, Vestal, Beneton, and a few others would come knocking on their door for partnerships!!

Get at it Sony!! Fashionable & Functionable Smart Watches are the future!!

Posted by Away
Regarding fashion, what about 'cases' for smart watches? Like a coloured bumper which is flat at the bottom so still comfortable.

Making the strap swappable with a standard one was definitely a very good idea.

Posted by ofiaich
Hi everyone!

I like the look of this! Hope the release date is publish soon!

Only one colour?

Ofiaich

Posted by moogoo
I like it but the battery isn't good enough for me. I suppose since I'm not on the go all the time, it's not something i really need. It'd be 100% a novelty item. I'm gonna take a look at the play store and see what sort of apps are available, but from the standard ones, it's nothing I don't mind just taking my phone out to look at.

I think the price tag is about $200 USD? Too much for me without a "killer app" to use with it. Again, I'm not on the go so much, so I think that's why it's not so amazing for me. Though, I wish it had more wow factor to make me get it without question, even as a novelty item.

Posted by MyP910
I have the 1st sony smartwatch and still using it. I'm charging it about every 3 days. Looking forward to upgrade to smartwatch 2. The best part of having this is when you look at your friend's face especially when you show how you can read facebook message/status, sms, twitter etc. Its very useful while driving since you just need to turn your hand while still holding the steering wheel if you want to read incoming message.

and another benefit is, you will not accidently left your phone since the watch will vibrate if you are a bit far from your phone.

Posted by jplacson
I originally bought my SmartWatch thinking it was a fun novelty. I ended up using it far more than I expected. Makes my phone battery last longer. Although i charged mine every night, since I use the watch faces that are Always On (they just look better)

If this thing can last one week with an Always On watch face... that's a winner in itself.

This is my next upgrade as soon as it hits the market! Love my current SmartWatch, no need to convince me to get this one.

Posted by pt020

On 2013-06-26 02:16:35, ofiaich wrote:
Hi everyone!

Hope the release date is publish soon!

Ofiaich


In the Netherlands 2nd September

Posted by Detox
Very reasonable and useful accessory! But my SmartWatch is not old enough, to be replaced. Perhaps the SW3 will succeed it...

Posted by ofiaich
thanks Pt020

Not too long to wait and I guess a bucket full of reviews will be available by then..

Ofiaich

Posted by Detox
Sony sold 200,000 units of the first SmartWatch:
http://asia.cnet.com/sony-sol[....]-first-smartwatch-62221692.htm

Posted by Supa_Fly

On 2013-06-29 17:15:10, Detox wrote:
Sony sold 200,000 units of the first SmartWatch:
http://asia.cnet.com/sony-sol[....]-first-smartwatch-62221692.htm



Not too shabby of a statistic. I estimate double with the SW2 in the first year.

Posted by Away

On 2013-06-30 01:14:33, Supa_Fly wrote:

On 2013-06-29 17:15:10, Detox wrote:
Sony sold 200,000 units of the first SmartWatch:
http://asia.cnet.com/sony-sol[....]-first-smartwatch-62221692.htm



Not too shabby of a statistic. I estimate double with the SW2 in the first year.



I think it's a classic case of untapped potential, nothing be l new for Sony. If Samsung and Apple were to make one barely rivaling the sw1, would they not sell at least 10 times more in the first quarter?

Price it slightly lower and market it like crazy. Build a large ecosystem with apps compatible with it. Then competitors will have a tough time catching up. And then Sony will have a nice headstart for next year.

Posted by Supa_Fly
^ oddly enough only the marketing is missing from Sony; like the previous marketing attempts from where equally as week. The consensus is showing off the product and the app ecosystem trying to reach millions in each market segment on a global scale while coming up with the costs for marketing on such an endeavor ... what would be the revenues, and of course overall profits to warrant such a move?

Solution: Do not market the SW1/SW2 itself as a single product, as on an end user scale and with industry analysts this type of consumer device is STILL just a consumer niche product. Instead Sony should market this product as a secondary accessory with the Xperia products in the same TV, digital, and print ads ... showing a "solution" ideally introducing a new "ecosystem" of hardware/software in products. This is how you negate the extra marketing costs on a regional or global scale while still reaching massive consumer market. This way you appeal to ALL consumers of smartphones equalling larger potential revenues, while reaching your target market segment or "niche" consumers who WILL purchase the product (should the price be right). All at the same time waking up the analysts.

The SW3 unit, in the future, should also include: biometrics.
we already have 2 apps by Nike, one specific to Apple iOS, etc.
I'd like to have a watch with Kenetics for motion charging, perpetual time accuracy, and ability to take:
heart rate, blood pressure, etc. but doing these accurately and efficiently.

Posted by etaab
Its definitely niche.

I don't recall seeing anyone wearing a smartwatch ever. I'd buy one for the fun novelty of what it can do. I don't think it'd be as essential as having for example a wireless Bluetooth stereo headset though.

Posted by milukugiuniu

[img]http://www.esato.com/board/img.php?id=156773[/img
]

Just to share a few pictures taken on MAE.

Obviously, it's way better than my smart watch.
[ This Message was edited by: milukugiuniu on 2013-07-01 03:56 ]


Posted by Supa_Fly

On 2013-06-30 23:31:46, etaab wrote:
Its definitely niche.

I don't recall seeing anyone wearing a smartwatch ever. I'd buy one for the fun novelty of what it can do. I don't think it'd be as essential as having for example a wireless Bluetooth stereo headset though.



nice indeed! Also I've never personally seen anyone wear one as well. Bluetooth headsets and stereo bluetooth headsets took a number of years to finally catch on .... like the huge screen smartphones of just 2-3yrs ago people felt so awkward and odd vs the Ericsson :///: bluetooth "honker" original headsets But both caught on very fast and even now at least around Canada - save for those driving cars I don't see Bluetooth headset or stereo headsets (unless in Winter or at the gym) proliferate like they used to. Its possible that being 1 trick pony's is the reason why. The Bluetooth Watch has the potential to be so much more in the smartwatch but we shall see. We could have a wonderful debate about this

@milukugiuniu,

Thank you for showing these pictures! Woah it is much bigger than SW1 and i'm most impressed and understand about the lower battery life.

Posted by badassmam
Waterproof?

Posted by MyP910
hmm...indeed, it is bigger than SW1, but the battery life is better than SW1. With SW1, the battery can last at most 3 days if you use energy-saved clock.

another thing that I like is the charging port. The port on the watch is a normal micro-usb and not propriety like SW1.

Posted by borg_
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Posted by jplacson

On 2013-06-30 23:31:46, etaab wrote:
Its definitely niche.

I don't recall seeing anyone wearing a smartwatch ever. I'd buy one for the fun novelty of what it can do. I don't think it'd be as essential as having for example a wireless Bluetooth stereo headset though.



I bought my SW1 for the novelty of it as well. I also have an SE MW600 and Jawbone Icon HD.... I use my SW1 more than both my BT headsets combined.

I initially thought I'd just use the SW1 as a gimmick. But it's actually quite useful. For meetings, movies, driving, and also as a proximity trigger.

Most people think cramming apps makes something more useful... quite the contrary.

I tried almost every SW app... then I just filtered it down to a few.

For Facebook, only 10 of my very close friends' messages show up on the SW1. Everyone else is filtered out. THis makes it quite easy to catch what my friends are doing, rather than everyone on my contact list.

For Twitter, only traffic updates get through. This gives me a constant feed on traffic here in the PH aside from using Waze in the car.

For meetings/movies instant mute, reject, etc comes in very handy.

For proximity to my phone, I use Automateit and created a trigger that works in the following conditions... If I'm out, and I'm wearing my SW, then a proximity alert is activated. If my phone is out of range or disconnects from my SW, then an alert is triggered on my phone to start beeping. (The SW always vibrates when disconnected, but I wanted my phone to beep as well)

The remote camera trigger is quite useful as well.

I can't wait to get the new SW2!

Posted by ceaser2008
@jplacson
Thanks for sharing. I always feel its very useful device to have and you have made my belief more stronger.

Posted by milukugiuniu
I was told on MAE that the battery time of SW2 would be 3-4 days for nomal use.


Posted by pt020
http://www.slashgear.com/sony[....]ith-july-launch-date-05289240/
edit:
http://www.androidcentral.com[....]atch-2-not-coming-uk-july-15-0
[ This Message was edited by: pt020 on 2013-07-09 15:57 ]


Posted by Supa_Fly
@jplacson,

Indeed thank you for sharing! This device is actually becoming more useful than I originally thought! For me I'd have to make a hard decision to migrate to Android, a quality and proven device with much software support to do so.

Love you're function for out of range where the phone sounds off >> if you've left it behind chances are you're unsure where it is exactly, echo location will help with the alarm going off. Nice thinking!

Remote Camera App:
- sure the sneaky man perves in us would like to sneak a picture of that hot girl but a real world use could be watching the baby in the other room, MirrorCast out to the TV in a picture-in-picture setting?? If Moto X lives up to the hype about its camera with hyper-next-gen-sensors ... possible that motion detection could be used for various things; catch that roomate that keeps stealing your Eggo lol.

NFC!
- I'm VERY curious if an NFC app, using a tag triggered upon entry to a car would a) launch an app on the SW2, and coincide with launching the master app on the smartphone to launch Maps, lower inbound call volume, have a specified caller list that is setup in advance to change for specific routes (work route = colleagues and wife/kids only, cottage = family & friends only, favourite sport night at the bar = the boys only), hmm.

PS: I'm really liking BB10 but Android just has so many possibilities and growth, I'm unsure sideloading with the current or with BB10.2 will support the apps that SW2 rely on. So, will the SW2 work with the: HTC One (Google Play Edition/Regular), upcoming Motorola X/Maxx, Nexus 4, and ??



Posted by Supa_Fly
Ok, looking at getting the Sony SW2 when available in Canada/USA. Anyone have details on global release dates?

Gracias.
[ This Message was edited by: Supa_Fly on 2013-08-07 03:36 ]


Posted by pt020
http://www.mobilefun.nl/40487[....]droid-watch---zwart-metaal.htm
They say they will have it in 2 days ... very tempting.
also the price is lower than in the Netherlands (shop is in the UK) .... the metal belt is even cheaper than the silicon belt in NL. (even that sending costs are very high 12€)
p.s.
Funny I ordered it yesterday and today got an email that it is on it's way
(still in Birmingham - UK)
But I paid for the metal belt 154€ yesterday and today it became more expensive... 166€
Lucky me,I got my sending costs back
[ This Message was edited by: pt020 on 2013-09-30 19:30 ]


Posted by moogoo
woo.. can't wait to get my SW2. Being sold across europe now, but handtec has yet to get them in. sigh. hopefully, they will ship it fast like they did my Z1.

@supafly - that find your phone when it's silent is a MyXperia feature and also a feature on Android Device Management. I haven't looked too much into the latter, but with MyXperia, you can locate your phone on a map within 20 meters, assuming your phone always has location sharing/GPS on. When using stamina mode, you should make an exception for this so you can use MyXperia when the screen's been off. Anyway, in addition to locating your phone, you can also remote LOCK your phone with a new passcode and a lock message on the screen.. like address/phone number, you can make it ring for 1 full minute until you can find it, and worst case, you can wipe the entire phone clean of your personal data. I've tested all of it and it all works great. Android Device Manager is similar, I think.

the NFC thing you talked about.. with Xperias anyway, once you get in the car and tap the tag, it will launch whatever apps you want, set whatever settings you want. It's actually very flexible. It is a sony specific app though (smart tags/smart connect). I don't think other companies are embracing NFC as much as Sony is.

Posted by pt020
Just in


connected it and it works as the old one did
[ This Message was edited by: pt020 on 2013-10-02 06:07 ]


Posted by moogoo
wow.. metal band looks nice.

how is the screen? is it sharp and clear?

are the capacitive touch buttons good? i kinda wish they were actual buttons..

Posted by pt020

On 2013-10-01 13:30:29, moogoo wrote:
wow.. metal band looks nice.

how is the screen? is it sharp and clear?

are the capacitive touch buttons good? i kinda wish they were actual buttons..


All works well,better than on videos I saw ...
Screen is bright and you can adjust it in the settings on the watch,I also like the notification bar (like in a phone) for last notifications.
White background is also better to see/read the messages
In a way SW2 is the same that SW1 and I even did not have to reinstal few apps because it uses the same SW1 apps,pity only that some apps are not adjusted to the bigger size (0.2inch) of the screen (like Navigation) ...
Metal belt looks nice but still have to make it shorter for my skinny arm.
Interface is bit different than SW1 and must say that I liked the older one more,must get used to it .
But the watch looks much better than the older one and with the metal belt you feel you have a watch on your arm and not a toy.
Had a small problem to connect it to second phone had to go to the settings (on the watch) and reset SW2 to connect to second phone...
p.s
Sunny day in Amsterdam good time to test the watch outdoors.





As you see very good in direct sunlight ( watch screen brightness is +/- 45% )
[ This Message was edited by: pt020 on 2013-10-01 15:02 ]


Posted by moogoo
very cool.

Sony released the new API recently, so new apps should be coming out for it soon!

Are there particularly any new features that the SW1 didn't have? Other than NFC and bigger screen..



Posted by pt020

On 2013-10-01 14:52:32, moogoo wrote:
very cool.

Sony released the new API recently, so new apps should be coming out for it soon!

Are there particularly any new features that the SW1 didn't have? Other than NFC and bigger screen..



It is not only the bigger screen ... this one is just something else.
The oled screen of SW1 was useless outdoors this one is good in any conditions
and this is the biggest difference between them.
Watch is made from aluminium and glass and it feels different,thinner,better quality materials.(difficult to open usb cover) .
the watch itself is very much like the SW1,some things I liked there more, but the watch is only a mirror of the software you instal,so new things you have to ask from apps developers.

Posted by etaab
The screen is visible but you can see the grid of the pixels with the screens relatively low resolution. It looks like the same poor screen from the X10 mini.

I was considering buying one of these, but from those shots im a little disappointed now.

Posted by Wishmaster89

On 2013-10-01 21:51:08, etaab wrote:
It looks like the same poor screen from the X10 mini.

In which version did the X10 mini had 176x220 screen?

Posted by etaab
Do you seriously expect an answer to that ?

I'll humour you seeing as you're very bitter towards anything negative Sony related. The X10 mini had a terrible screen irrespective of its resolution. The colours were poor, the pixels massive and everything looked grainy and / or in low definition. In contrast, the X10 in its full size had a brilliant screen.

I remember a good friend buying one, comparing it to my N8's screen and being completely disgusted in how bad it was. It was like a screen from 2003.

Posted by moogoo
@etaab - screen could be better. but it's not probably so it can do what it should do. how often do you stare constantly at your watch? More pixels = more power = shorter battery. being able to see it and use it for more than a day without having to recharge it makes it practical as a "watch" accessory.

i think sony did a decent job balancing features to practical use. would have loved to have gps, personally. but eh.. i wouldnt go for a jog anyway!

Posted by etaab
Which is a much better thought out reply.

This year i'd like to buy a smartwatch. Preferably the Sony as I think it looks the best and runs Android. Samsungs does not properly. Then theres other competitors which are all a bit "third party"

Screen tech is very important, especially when Apple can put a brilliant screen into their smallest iPod Nanos.

Posted by moogoo
my guess is simply battery life. ipod nanos indeed have great lil screens but you end up charging them often if you have the screen on often. even music playback is at best 30 hours. just over a day and the screen isn't even on. that's a no go for a watch accessory.

for as "big" as it is, i was hoping they stuck a few more features in there with a bigger battery. to be honest, i wasn't too interested in it before, but since i'm getting one for free, i figured i'd give it a shot and if i hate it after 2 weeks, i'll ebay it or something.

Notifications and such aren't such a big deal for me. The primary reasons I'm excited is remote shutter and i love watches in general and it's about time i added a "gadget" one to my collection..
[ This Message was edited by: moogoo on 2013-10-01 21:19 ]


Posted by Wishmaster89

On 2013-10-01 22:04:25, etaab wrote:
Do you seriously expect an answer to that ?

I'll humour you seeing as you're very bitter towards anything negative Sony related. The X10 mini had a terrible screen irrespective of its resolution. The colours were poor, the pixels massive and everything looked grainy and / or in low definition. In contrast, the X10 in its full size had a brilliant screen.

I remember a good friend buying one, comparing it to my N8's screen and being completely disgusted in how bad it was. It was like a screen from 2003.


I'm not trying to be bitter towards anything negative Sony related, I'm just trying to understand what did you expect from 1,6" 176x220 transflective TFT screen in direct sunlight, rich and saturated colors?
The same applies to what you said about X10 mini screen, first you say that it was bad irrespective of its resolution then you say that everything looked grainy and low definition, well wouldn't it be because of the low resolution? You tell me.

I remember using m600 that had QVGA 2.6" screen and even 10 years ago I was thinking that it looks grainy even though it looked better than the screen of my previous device that had 1,8" screen with 176x220 resolution

And just as moogoo said, this screen is a compromise one has to make to get acceptable battery life from a watch. Most of the people change batteries in the watches every 2 years or so, so I understand how Sony wanted to make it as long lasting as possible.

Posted by pt020

On 2013-10-01 21:51:08, etaab wrote:
The screen is visible but you can see the grid of the pixels with the screens relatively low resolution. It looks like the same poor screen from the X10 mini.

I was considering buying one of these, but from those shots im a little disappointed now.


You see the pixels only on camera, in real you need very good eyes for it.
For me the screen is the best part of the watch,I wish my phones screen worked as well in the sunlight as this one dose.

Posted by Supa_Fly

On 2013-10-01 21:51:08, etaab wrote:
The screen is visible but you can see the grid of the pixels with the screens relatively low resolution. It looks like the same poor screen from the X10 mini.

I was considering buying one of these, but from those shots im a little disappointed now.



Man you gotta rain on EVERYONE's fun-day parade? (I'm kidding you here of course). Not to worry I'll accept the grid lines for readability and 3 days minimum battery life vs Samsungs latest smartwatch which cannot even do a full day - pathetic really and its a CRAP offering!


On 2013-10-01 22:09:22, etaab wrote:
Which is a much better thought out reply.

This year i'd like to buy a smartwatch. Preferably the Sony as I think it looks the best and runs Android. Samsungs does not properly. Then theres other competitors which are all a bit "third party"

Screen tech is very important, especially when Apple can put a brilliant screen into their smallest iPod Nanos.



Took Apple several, and I do mean several years to even get to a decent screen on iPod Nano's ... plus they flip and flop over what to design them ... skinny slim, longitudinal, square, then back again to longitundinal (about 3x now). I'm not waiting for an Apple over glorified and pricey smartwatch that just has limitations slightly above Samsungs 2013 offering, not thanks!!


This definitely looks SWEET with that metal band!

Motorola had used the Smart Tags NFC feature that Sony does but then began to back away from it because it was so complex and users never used it. They've completely dumbed it down this year in the Droid Ultra Max and Moto X; but that's beyond this topics conversation of course.

Posted by pt020
Few things I do not like about the SW2 ...
Hardware is very good ... but I do have some problems with the software.
First... everytime I want to connect it to different phone I have to rest the watch,not only that you also need to remove it from the phone it was already paired with in the past to be able to connect it again,have had many bluetooth apparatus, but never a problem like that ...and NFC does not help.
SW 1 did not have that problem.
Watch is bit lagging,could use more HP ... old one did not.
Anyway I like the watch ...and I'm sure that a software/apps update can fix it all, it looks good it has very good screen (outdoor) and I used it alot in the past 2 days and the battery is still on.(it was charged from the box)
[ This Message was edited by: pt020 on 2013-10-06 03:37 ]


Posted by moogoo
thanks for the feedback.

sounds like sony is still working out the kinks with the software and back support for old apps. does sony release updates for the SW often like they do for their phones?

i still can't wait to get mine though.
[ This Message was edited by: moogoo on 2013-10-02 17:19 ]


Posted by pt020

On 2013-10-02 18:18:49, moogoo wrote:
does sony release updates for the SW often like they do for their phones?
[ This Message was edited by: moogoo on 2013-10-02 17:19 ]


In 16 month I have the SW1 it had 2-3 updates

Posted by etaab

On 2013-10-02 01:22:56, Supa_Fly wrote:
I'll accept the grid lines for readability and 3 days minimum battery life vs Samsungs latest smartwatch which cannot even do a full day - pathetic really and its a CRAP offering!



I don't know about the Samsung one. Im not a fan of how it looks or the lack of proper Android integration. It might work better than any other smartwatch for all I know, but from what ive read and my first impressions its certainly dumber not running a version of Android.

In regards to the screen, I couldn't disagree more. One of the brilliant things about amoled screens is that they use very very little power when displaying blacks and simple pixels. That was the beauty of apps like Nokia's sleep screen on my N8 which meant you could have the time, date and notifications on the lockscreen 24hours a day with next to no battery life being used by it.

Surely an amoled screen would have been much better for a smartwatch for that reason alone.. and possibly a bump up in resolution.

Posted by pt020
Today there was an update to the music player (had to reset the watch again to make it been seen on the watch) works better.
http://developer.sonymobile.c[....]original-smartwatch-extension/
[ This Message was edited by: pt020 on 2013-10-07 12:53 ]



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