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The Pebble Smartwatch is made from marine grade stainless steel and the watch face is made of Gorilla[R] Glass.
Stuart Carlaw, Chief Research Officer at ABI Research stated, "At present, smartwatch vendors are going for somewhat of a scattergun approach to smartwatch design.
While others are only now launching first-generation devices, Sony is already launching a third-generation device with all the insight gained from over half a million customers, combined with Sony's wealth of technology expertise, to create the best ever smartwatch experience.
SmartWatch 2 introduces new features as a natural successor to the current Sony SmartWatch such as NFC connectivity for one-touch pairing, stunning premium design and a range of technologies including higher resolution for sharper viewing, better visibility even in sunlight, longer battery stamina, more intuitive interface, standalone watch functionality and a wide range of pre-installed and recommended apps.
The LexisNexis SmartWatch user simply clicks on a color-coded cell to view the news events that have generated the risk score for quick, actionable insight.
Apple showcased the smartwatch at an event held in September 2014, but did not give details.
Samsung's latest smartwatch, codenamed Orbis, is said to have a round form, which would be a first for the company.
Pebble, one among the leading companies, used to offer smartwatch at USD 150 with limited appeal as lifestyle accessory.
If reports are true, apart from TAG Heuer's team, Google and Intel are also working closely with the watchmaker to help with the upcoming smartwatch.
Rival Apple Inc is expected to launch its own device this year and LG Electronics Inc on Thursday announced its new G Watch R smartwatch featuring a circular plastic OLED screen, a stainless steel frame and leather strap.
Washington, May 30 ( ANI ): Tech titan Apple may offer 'wireless charging' in its much-speculated smartwatch, iWatch.
developers to produce a broader selection of apps for the SmartWatch.