Sony SmartWatch Clock 2 and Xperia Z Ultra

This may not be Sony of yesteryear, but the Japanese technology still has strength in the market and seems determined to fight for the spot he occupied in the past. The highlight of the presentation of the company on Mobile Asia Expo in Shanghai, goes to the second version of the SmartWatch clock, which as the name indicates, is a smart watch.

Although rumors have cooled in recent weeks in relation to smartwatches, Sony took advantage of the hiatus to present the second version of the model that the company already provides for several quarters. The SmartWatch clock 2 received a renovation and now sharing a visual aspect in line with the latest Xperia range equipments.

As the Xperia Z, the SmartWatch clock 2 is also splash and dust resistant, in addition to holding up a submersion up to 30 minutes.

The smart watch features level remains the same on Insidewatch.net. The equipment works as a second screen and smartphone allows you to answer calls, read e-mails, read messages and take pictures. With a 1.6 inch screen touch panel-greater than the predecessor, the Watch has a rechargeable battery that ensures four days of moderate use and a week of use “take”.

With Bluetooth 3.0 and NFC is ensures connectivity to smartphones equipped with Android 4.0 or higher. The watch will hit the market in the third quarter of the year, most likely during the month of September, still without a detailed price.

On Sony’s idea the SmartWatch clock 2 would be a good partner of Xperia Z Ultra, a stretched version but not lower than the top of the range in a category where Z Xperia already seems to be impossible to distinguish where the smartphone and the tablet begins, the Xperia Z Ultra features a 6.4-inch screen with Full HD resolution.

size can be exaggerated to some and to others: compared with a five-inch screen device, the Xperia Z Ultra has more 60% of the screen. The inclusion of Triluminos technology and X-Reality, which mark presence in the flat of the manufacturer, promise more definition, a more realistic color gamut and smoother playback of multimedia content.

As Snapdragon processor 800 to 2, 2 GHz, there is 2 GB of RAM and 11 GB of usable internal storage with microSD expansion possibility. The rear photo sensor is the Exmor sensor RS eight megapixel camera with ability to record in HDR, but no flash.

With LTE support, resistance to splashes, dust and submersion up to 30 minutes-a standard in recent Sony-equipment, the Xperia Z Ultra brings a 3,000 mAh battery to power all tasks.

Must reach Europe in September for 719 euros.

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