Sony's first Android Wear device, the SmartWatch 3, can now be purchased from the Google Play Store.
At the IFA 2014 trade fair, Sony launched the SmartWatch 3, its sports-focused wearable device running on the Android Wear platform in addition to the SmartBand Talk. Now, the device can be purchased directly from Google at a price of $249.99 which is the same as that of the Moto 360. The SmartWatch 3 is the fifth Android Wear based device available from the Play Store and features some additions over the other devices, such as inclusion of GPS and WiFi both.
Sony has kept most hardware specifications similar to those found on other Android Wear devices on the SmartWatch 3 which includes a 1.2GHz quad-core ARMv7 processor, 1.6-inch 320×320 display, IP68 certified water and dust proofing, 4GB of internal storage, 512MB of memory, NFC, GPS, and a 420mAh battery. The company claims that the device is capable of running for 2 days on a single charge.
Although, the SmartWatch 3 was announced to be available in 4 colors, the Play Store version is only available in black.
Source: Google Play Store