Sony has now launched a new version of its Wena Wrist smartwatch called Three Hands Square, the marginal smartwatch that offers users smart capabilities such as NFC, movement tracking and notification support. The main highlight of this wearable is that it comes out with an analog body but a smart band, which features a LED for the notification alerts and an NFC chip for mobile payments.
Sony Three Hands Square has a square body with a round face, and Sony is targeting it at women. There are 18mm, 20mm and 22mm lug options, whereas the much larger round Wena Wrist only comes in 22mm. The company is likewise launching a new leather strap in all 3 sizes, which leads to it losing the notification capability furnished through the metallic band.
The Sony Three Hands Square steel band and body will be available for purchase later this month; however, the leather bands will not be available until December this year. At the same time as the body start at 10,380 yen ($93), the metal band will set you returned as a minimum 33,880 yen ($303), so it might be worth expecting the 8,380 yen ($75) leather-based choice. also, these watches are most effective available in Japan, so that will come up with time to plot your ride over.