Sony Releases SmartWatch 3 and SmartBand Talk in India: Specifications and Price

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We saw the Sony SmartWatch 3 and the SmartBand Talk last year at the Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin (IFA) 2014. There was no confirmation, nor pricing for India back then. Sony has now released these devices on their Indian website for ₹12,990 (~$210) for SmartBand Talk and ₹19,990 (~$325) for the SmartWatch 3. Both the devices are only available in black color. We saw the SmartWatch 3 Steel early this month at CES 2015 but, in India, there is word about its launch yet. The Sony Smart Watch 3 will be the third android wear watch to be officially launched in India. This watch will be the most expensive one amongst them. Its competitors LG G Watch (₹14,990) and Samsung Gear Live (₹15,900) offer much more for a cheaper price. These are just the MRPs so we can expect to get it for cheaper on an e-commerce website.

 

Factor Sony SmartWatch 3 Sony SmartBand Talk
Display 1.6 inch, 320 x 320p Flat TFT LCD 1.4 inch, 296 x 128p Curved e-ink
CPU 1.2GHz, 512MB RAM
Compatibility Android 4.3+ Android 4.4+
WR IP68 IP68
Connectivity Bluetooth 4.0NFCMicro USB Bluetooth 3.0-Micro USB
Battery 420mAh 70mAh
Applications Android Wear App SmartBand Talk AppLifeLog App

There’s no word on what e-commerce retailers will be offering the devices, but word on that should be out sooner rather than later. Unlike LG G Watch and the Samsung Gear Live the Sony SmartWatch 3 is not available on Play Store either. With the release of these two devices, the Sony’s lineup of wearables for 2015 is huge in India. They now have SmartBand Wrist Strap, SmartBand, SmartBand Talk and the SmartWatch 3.

Aditya Gupta

A compassionate supporter of gadgets and dedicated to informing those around him. Aditya Gupta is a high school science student from Jaipur, Rajasthan. He covers the topics which he feels are not covered anywhere else so that more people get involved in the world he loves so much. After graduating from high school in 2016, he plans to start his under-grad studies in Computer Science. Follow: @TheBrainyGeek

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