Sony Smart Watch SW2 for Android Phones

Style:Silicon Band  |  Product Packaging:Standard Packaging SONY SmartWatch 2 The SONY SmartWatch 2 is an Android compatible SmartWatch wit...

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  • Reviews around sony (3.14 of 5)

    Sony Smart Watch SW2 for Android Phones

    • But, last week I replace battery of my smart phone Sony XPeria ZL by failure, and after my phone do not recognize the watch
    • Sony did a good job with this but its just lacking the most important features
    • I've heard that the watch doesn't work all that well with non-Sony devices (which I don't doubt) but it works great with my Sony phone.
    • Quit being cheap Sony and bundle this baby with a decent
    • I am a sucker for high-res screens these days, and I'm sorry Sony
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    Top Recommendation for sony

  • Reviews around connection (1.76 of 5)

    Sony Smart Watch SW2 for Android Phones

    • all Android phones-menu is easier to use (no touch controls to close apps or swiping up and down)-settings in watch to switch clocks and apps (some apps still require in phone settings)-easier setup with NFC and tap with phone (make sure you enable NFC in your phone)-water resistant IP57 (30 minutes in FRESH water up to a depth of 1 meter & dust proof)-lots of free apps (weather, currency, photo slideshow, Twitter, Facebook, GPS, games like Blackjack etc.)-easier to charge with standard micro USB charger (proprietary connection previously)-easier to see in daylight-watch is always on to tell time but dims to save battery, push power button to lighten up (previous model turned off with no time display)-works with any Android smartphone running version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or later-aluminum body (plastic body previously)-ability to change watch band (it can take any standard watch strap that is 24 millimeters wide).-all previous apps work from last year's modelcons:-limited apps out made for the SW2, but this will change as it's just been released-currently only 5 watch faces in settings (there are paid apps with
    • Touchscreen is nice, battery life is adequate, non-proprietary micro-usb connection, display is perfect size
    • and it still loses connection all the time even with the two of them sitting within a couple of feet of each other.
    • It still loses connection from time to time, but less often
    • The watch vibrates when it loses connection with the phone and vibrates again when in range
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  • Reviews around unit (1.44 of 5)

    Sony Smart Watch SW2 for Android Phones

    • It didn't matter that the only reason I lost the watch unit is because it popped out of the frame due to the manufacturing defect
    • Of course the watch will pop out if there's nothing but a thin line of glue holding the plastic unit onto the frame!!!I called Sony warranty at least 4 times, but they all refused to help me on account that I lost the main watch unit.
    • Sometime the unit froze up on me, or there was an unreasonable delay in getting an application to work.
    • great product its saves u a few seconds if u dont like pullin ur phone out and just checkin emails, text, or even phone calls its very helpful
    • great product its saves u a few seconds if u dont like pullin ur phone out and just checkin emails, text, or even phone calls its very helpful
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  • Reviews around cord (1.00 of 5)

    Sony Smart Watch SW2 for Android Phones

    • The Smartwatch 1 used an awkward, finicky proprietary charging cord
    • It showed up with the wrist straps taken apart, the screen protector peeled off and stuck to the manual, and missing the cord
    • It's too short to plug into a standard wall outlet -- the cord won't reach the ground!