Some SONY Smart Watch Manuals PDF are above the page.
Formally, this gadget is a touch-screen device that connects via Bluetooth to your Android smartphone (version 2.1 and higher is supported). However, since the connection occurs via the most common Bluetooth, it is quite possible that SmartWatch can also be connected to the tablet in the same way - and at the same time keep in mind that some of the functions will remain unclaimed. However, before ordering a gadget, ask if your smartphone supports all the necessary protocols - because even today, some manufacturers produce smartphones with a limited set of Bluetooth protocols. By the way, the version of this protocol in SmartWatch themselves is 3.0 and it is unclear whether the connection is supported by a lower version of Bluetooth. The manufacturer, of course, recommends only Sony and Sony Ericsson phones as “perfectly compatible with SmartWatch.”
The arrival of new information on the watch is reported by vibration and the appearance of information on the screen. The company does not report the presence of a sound alert - most likely it does not exist. This is slightly incomprehensible, since as an option a sound alert would be more than appropriate.
The touch screen is made by OLED technology and has a diagonal of 1.3 inches with a resolution of 128x128 pixels. The screen type is not indicated, but by all indications it is capacitive - especially considering the opportunities indicated by the company’s representatives on “pressing and sliding with a finger across the screen”. The physical size of the SmartWatch is 36x36x8 mm, weight is 15.5 grams. The capacity of the built-in battery is not mentioned, but the manufacturer writes about the week of work in standby mode, 3-4 days of work in normal mode and 1 day - “in hard”. What is meant by "hard mode", could not figure out.
The interface is somewhat similar to I’m Watch, but is made with a smaller number of small elements. The main window is a menu with a charge indicator, scroll bar and clock, as well as icons for four applications. When using applications, the screen changes: for example, when reading a Facebook feed, you see one message on the screen, and even it doesn’t fit completely. Not very comfortable, of course.
14 languages are supported.