I respect Sony for taking another shot at the whole "smartwatch" concept, but personally don't see how anything beyond wrist-based notifications (ala Pebble) is worth it.... half-baked wrist-apps when I could just reach into my pocket for the real deal? Don't get it. But then again at one point in time people couldn't understand how the world could be round.
I don't necessarily disagree with you there, DallasHoward. Although I wonder how quickly one would get accustomed to using a smartwatch and find that it's hugely convenient. For example, some people scoff at the idea of having multiple displays with one computer as extraneous, but as pretty much anyone with dual monitors can tell you, once you set it up you can't imagine going back. Pulling my phone out of my pocket every time I want to check the time, or see what that "beep" or "boop" or "ding" is about, or whatever, is actually kind of a pain.
I have Zopo zp980 and I think that one of Sony smartphones will be mine in future
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