Sony SmartWatch 3 Price List June, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

The Sony Smartwatch 3 is the smartwatch we all want. Its powerful and well-equipped, but most importantly, it has a great battery life. Read more below!

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The Sony Smartwatch 3 is the smartwatch we all want. Its powerful and well-equipped, but most importantly, it has a great battery life. Read more below!

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Sony SmartWatch 3 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelSmartWatch 3 SWR50
DateSep 2014
Display resolution320 x 320 pixels
Display diagonal4.06 cm (1.6")
Ports & interfaces
USB portYes
Bluetooth version4.0
Near Field Communication (NFC)Yes
Battery life (max)48 h
Watch case size36 mm
Watch case colourYellow
Band colourYellow
Protection featuresWater resistant
International Protection (IP) codeIP68
Splash proofYes
Built-in microphoneYes
Mobile operating systems supportedAndroid 4.3, Android 4.4
RAM capacity512 MB
Flash memory4 GB
Processor frequency1200 MHz

Sony Smartwatch 3 Philippines

Forget your Smartphone

Where Sony’s Smartwatch 3 loses out by not looking like the traditional wristwatch, it makes up for it in functionality by being properly equipped with features like built-in GPS functionality and having a longer battery life compared to most other smartwatches; its battery can go on for up to two days. The Smartwatch 3 also charges via the common micro USB cable, which makes it easy to charge as everyone has a micro USB cable laying around somewhere.

It is not the most realistic timepiece of a smartwatch around, but it definitely gets the job done.

Your Smartwatch, Your Style

The Sony Smartwatch 3 comes in three different types to suit your every need. The core unit of the Smartwatch 3, the part that holds all of the important components of the smartwatch, is separable from the many different types of straps.

If you are attending a more formal event and want a classy looking watch, use the stainless steel chain-link strap. Going for a casual meetup with your friends in the afternoon? Use the beautiful leather strap. Want to play some ball and get some workout in? Put on the rubber strap.

There is a style for every different use when it comes to the Sony Smartwatch 3, it is versatile and efficient in many different ways.

Two-Day Battery Life

Where most smartwatches can only hold out for a single day’s worth of battery life, the Sony Smartwatch 3 can go on for roughly about two days with very medium use. If you do want to charge it though, you will not have to worry about any proprietary charger like other smartwatches; just pull open the cover on the back of the watch and charge via micro USB.

Google is everywhere. In your smartphone, in the Internet, in your laptop – now it is on your wrist! One of the greatest things about the Android Wear operating system is that they do not allow for manufacturers to add in their own unnecessary software (bloatware), save for some manufacturer-exclusive watchfaces.

Android Wear is a very intuitive operating system and user interface. Navigating through the entire operating system is very easy and comes naturally to most people. To look through your notifications, you swipe up and down on the watch display to go through each of your notifications left and right to select an action for that notification.

Reviews of Sony SmartWatch 3
Reviewed on 2016-10-17
Easy to wear, lightweight, Stock Android Wear OS in tow
Price is a bit on the expensive side, no wireless charging included, Cover flap may be a concern — it may be disjointed in the long run, Extra bands are expensive and are limited in choice locally
The Sony Smartwatch 3 is the company's first Android Wear-powered smartwatch. With a water-resistant body and Google's wearable OS to boot, could it be the next wearable gear you'll need? Here's a quick review.The Smartwatch 3 presents itself with a strai...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-04
Sony has had a few smartwatches, butt the Sony SmartWatch 3 is Sony's first watch with Android Wear. As a fan of Android Wear, I've had fun reviewing other Android Wear watches, and was definitely looking forward to reviewing Sony's SmartWatch 3 because i...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-03
Sony literally owns the word “smartwatch” since producing one of the first wearables in 2012; the good news is that it may have finally gotten the recipe right on its third try. The SmartWatch 3 comes with Google's Android Wear, but unlike other versions ...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-19
Waterproof, Fast performance, microUSB charger
Boring design, Disappointing battery life, Few apps support GPS
The calm before the Apple Watch stormAlmost since Android was introduced, it's been followed by people (including me) complaining about manufacturer customizations to the software. Companies like Samsung, Motorola, and LG used to layer horrifically bad so...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-16
The packaging of the SW3 is identical to the SmartBand Talk (SWR30). Transparent cuboid plastic box showing the product held in place by a stand. Beneath it, instructions and a short USB cable. Charger is not provided.Removing the SW3 from the box, you ma...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-11
Best battery life for an Android Wear watch yet, and the transflective screen is nice for quickly checking the time of day, I love that the charging port is just a plain old micro USB, which means it's really easy to charge it anywhere, The watch itself d...
The SmartWatch 3 doesn't have a built-in heart rate monitor, which is become a key feature for wrist-worn devices for people who are serious about their health. The Moto 360, Fitbit Charge HR and Basis Peak constantly monitor my heart, giving me a much be...
Sony's been trying the smartwatch thing for years, but the original SmartWatch and the SmartWatch 2 both. what's the word I'm looking for here? Sucked? Yeah. But the SmartWatch 3 has solid performance and two nifty features you won't find on any other A...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-09
The Sony SmartWatch 3 is now available with a steel band, called the Sony SmartWatch 3 Steel. With the same exact specs as the SmartWatch 3, including built-in GPS and Android Wear software, but swaps the rubber and leather bands for a stainless steel ban...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-02
Built-in GPS is ideal for runners and other athletes, WiFi and NFC make this more future-proof than other Android Wear devices, Relatively long battery life, Display is easy to read in direct sunlight
Drab design, Screen isn't as vibrant as on some other smartwatches, Not many Android Wear apps currently make use of the GPS, WiFi or NFC
This here is the Sony SmartWatch 3. That might make it sound like it's the third iteration in a line of gadgets, but really, it's the first. That's because even though this is Sony's third smartwatch (fourth if you count the Sony Ericsson LiveView), it's ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-30
If you simply can't decide which—if any—watch is the right one for you, here are all the strengths and weaknesses of the current crop.I have used all the current Android Wear watches for at least a few weeks, so I have a good handle on what makes them tic...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-25
Built-in GPS, Bluetooth headset connectivity, Secure clasp
Unreliable display, No heart-rate tracking, Not intuitive, Gets dirty easily
With so many fitness wearables on the market, Sony is looking to stand out with its newly launched SmartWatch 3 , and it's banking on two distinct features to help: built-in GPS (so users can leave smartphones at home when they go for a jog, bike ride or ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-19
Attractive desig, Good battery lif, Built-in micro USB charging port
Built-in GPS only works with a few app, Expensiv, Limited app selectio, Confusing OS
Sony has more experience than any other company in creating smartwatches, having released its first connected wrist piece, the Live View, back in 2010. Its fourth-generation product, the Sony SmartWatch 3, has a more refined design and longer battery life...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-18
The Sony SmartWatch 3 has built-in GPS to track your workout without needing your phone. It's waterproof, has a built-in USB port for charging without a dock and runs Android Wear smoothly
Its screen is pretty awful, with poor colours and viewing angles. Its plain, square design makes it much less stylish than the LG G Watch R and it doesn't have a heart-rate monitor built in
Sony's previous efforts at making a smartwatch haven't exactly been successes. In fact, the SmartWatch 2 was pretty awful. Seemingly keen to learn from its mistakes, however, Sony is back with a third generation of its computerised wristwear, unsurprising...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-18
Built-in GPS. Slim, waterproof design.
Not many ways to take advantage of GPS. No heart rate monitor. Short battery life. Cumbersome charging port
The Sony SmartWatch 3 is a sequel in name only. The $249.99 wearable has a completely different look than its predecessors, and is Sony's first smartwatch to run Google's Android Wear operating system. It's a better choice for tracking your physical ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-17
Thinking about picking up a new smartwatch for the new year? iOS users have to wait a while before the Apple Watch hits store shelves, but owners of Android phones already have some compelling choices available.Google's Android Wear platform has expanded ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-12
Slender design, Decent battery life, No stupid dock, Offline music
Washed-out screen, Lacks premium finish
We review Sony's SmartWatch 3 (SWR50), an Android Wear wrist rocket that can play music independently of your phone.Sony's SmartWatch 3 might not exactly take a cricket bat to wearable conventions, but it does sport one of the nicer designs we've rocked o...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-11
hen it comes to smartwatches, you can sort of break things down into three camps. There's the rubber strap crowd — functional, but not all that stylish. There's leather, which classes things up a good bit but doesn't necessarily work on every watch. And then there's those who prefer a steel bracelet...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-10
While the Sony SmartWatch 3 doesn't have a heart rate monitor, it does have GPS, WiFi, NFC, and IP68 waterproof rating. The stand-alone GPS functionality and music playback make the Sony SmartWatch 3 the device I have been looking for to replace my MOTOAC...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-04
battery life, screen visibility
comfort, different straps
It feels much longer, but it's been less than 6 months since Android Wear hit the market. They have stealthily crept into use without much fuss, despite revolutionising the wearables market. Reducing the time spent interacting with your phone, but still m...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-25
Comfortable to wear, Light weight, Built-in GPS, MicroUSB charging
No heart rate monitor, Proprietary wrist straps, Lackluster display
It was certainly surprising when Sony introduced the Smartwatch 3 running Android Wear, considering that the company wasn't officially announced as a hardware partner prior to that. Given the name, this, of course, isn't Sony's first foray into the smartw...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-20
Excellent battery life, Comfortable strap with nice clasp, Smooth performance, Understated look (some might say boring), Transflective screen is sharp and readable outdoors, Ambient light sensor, Ready for the future of Wear with GPS, NFC, and WiFi
Transflective screen not readable in dark while in ambient mode, Colors on screen are slightly yellowish, Boring look (some might say understated), Stiff button, Strap collects dust, Nonstandard straps, No heart rate sensor
Sony's experience making smartwatches isn't all for naught—the SmartWatch 3 has a few interesting features and quirks that make it a neat addition to the Android Wear lineup.The SmartWatch 3 is an unimposing device, but I'll tell you right now, it doesn't...
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