How to Find The Perfect Sony SmartWatch

Sony. It’s a common household name for many Australians, and for a good reason.

No strangers to combining exceptional style and functionality, Sony is one of the leading technology brands in the world and could be a top contender in the search for a great smartwatch.

Whether you’re looking to quickly screen incoming calls, see your text messages, be alerted to emails and social media notifications or track your fitness, Sony’s Smartwatches could deliver the extra oomph you’ve always wanted for your smartphone in a most convenient way.

Sony Smartwatch comparison

Sony has already released multiple models, proving three distinct wearables. To help get you started, here’s a quick comparison table of all current Sony Smartwatch models.

After all, a smartwatch should be saving you time, not wasting it.


Sony Smart Band Talk

Sony SmartWatch 2

Sony SmartWatch 2

Sony SmartWatch3

Sony SmartWatch 3

OSAndroid WearAndroid WearAndroid Wear
CompatibilityAndroid 4.4+Android 4.0+Android 4.3+
Display size1.4”1.6”1.6”
Display resolution296 x 128220x176320x320
Display colourE-Ink Screen(Black & White)Colour touchscreenColour touchscreen
Fitness trackingYesYesYes
Built in GPSNoNoYes
Heart rate monitorNoNoYes
Water resistantIP68 certified(Less than 1m deep)IP57 certified(Dust and water resistant)IP68 certified(Less than 1m deep)
Battery3 days3-4 days2 days
Changeable bandsYesYesYes
Colours availableBlack, WhiteBlackBlack
Price$199 from Sony Australia$299 from Sony Australia$399 from Sony Australia

Frequently asked questions

This will depend on the model you choose, but as a general rule you will be able to use your Sony Smartwatch by connecting it to an Android phone running Android 4.0 or higher.

Of course! You can customise the look of your smartwatch with the many different unique straps available, so if you want the sporty look of a silicone band one day and a professional metal link the next, well, why not have both?

You can also personalise your Sony Smartwatch by downloading apps for activities you enjoy doing, such as running. By having your apps on your Sony Smartwatch, you’ll be able to continue using the great apps when you’re on the move, without the hassle of having to pull out your phone each and every time.

You can check out all the specs on the Sony Australia website, or visit a Sony shop in person to try out the Sony Smartwatch. If you want to order online, can provide you with some great discount codes for stockists such as

Sony’s Smartwatches are a perfect combination of quality, style and functionality, so it’s great for those looking for a classic smartwatch that will last longer than just a season. What’s more, by choosing a Sony Smartwatch, you won’t be locked to your current smartphone as you can connect to any smartphone running Android 4.0 or above.

Check out these detailed reviews of Sony’s best smartwatches:

  • Sony Smart Band Talk
  • Sony SmartWatch 2
  • Sony SmartWatch 3
Sony SmartWatch 3 SRW50 (Black)
Sony Smart Watch 2 SW2
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Sony Smartband Talk SWR30 Smart Watch
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Shirley Liu

Shirley is's publisher for banking and investments. She has completed a Masters in Commerce (Finance) and is the author of hundreds of articles. She is passionate about helping Aussies make an informed decision, save money and find the best deal for their needs.

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