Sony launches latest range of smart wearables in India

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New Delhi | Published: January 19, 2015 4:41:56 PM

Japanese electronics giant Sony today said it has launched its latest range of smart wearables -- SmartWatch 3 and SmartBand Talk -- in India...

Through Sony's integrated Voice Control1 technology users can assign their own sounds to life bookmarks and use their voice to carry out specific smartphone operations. (PTI)Through Sony’s integrated Voice Control1 technology users can assign their own sounds to life bookmarks and use their voice to carry out specific smartphone operations. (PTI)

Japanese electronics giant Sony today said it has launched its latest range of smart wearables — SmartWatch 3 and SmartBand Talk — in India.

SmartWatch 3 is the first smartwatch specifically designed for the latest Android Wear updates, while, SmartBand Talk allows users call handling and voice control functions from their wrists, Sony India said in a statement.

The SmartWatch 3 — priced at Rs 19,990 — has a built-in microphone, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyro and GPS sensor. It has a screen size on 1.6-inch with transflective display for visibility in bright sunlight.

The water-proof smart device sports an internal memory of 4GB, the firm said.

With built-in microphone and speaker, SmartBand Talk features a short call function helping users to talk into it and hear the caller. Its sports HD Voice support, it added.

Through Sony’s integrated Voice Control1 technology users can assign their own sounds to life bookmarks and use their voice to carry out specific smartphone operations, it said.

SmartBand Talk is priced at Rs 12,990.

Both the smart devices come in black colour and are available at Sony Centre and major electronic stores across India.

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