3 Android Powered Smartwatch Phone Comparison Sony vs. Motorola vs. I’m Watch

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I won’t be surprised if the next revolutionary product will either be the glasses or watches powered by Google Android or some other operating system. It will probably be a matter of time before Apple releases iWatch, it is the logical step, everybody needs a watch, perhaps it will be the new wearable iPhone mini.

As for Android, these are the top 3 smart watches in the market. The 4th generation Apple iPod nano can be converted into a wrist watch but it lacks many basic features. Given a choice, the Motorola MotoACTV appears to be the best smartwatch in the market. The Sony Xperia smartwatch is a big disappointment.

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Sony vs. Motorola vs. I'm Watch Android Powered Smart iWatch Phone Comparison

I'm Watch
Thickness8 mm
0.3 inch
9.6 mm
0.37 inch
10 mm
0.39 inch
Weight0.92 oz
26 gram
1.23 oz
35 gram
3.35 oz
95 gram
CPU120MHz600 MHz454 Mhz
Memory2GB Flash Drive8/16GB Flash Drive
4GB Flash Drive
128 MB RAM
OSAndroid 2.1 and upAndroid 2.3.4Custom Android
Display1.3” OLED display
128 x 128 pixels
65k (16 bits) color
1.6” LED display
176 x 220 pixels
1.54” LED display
240 x 240 pixels
ConnectivityMicro USB 2.0
Bluetooth v3.0
Micro USB 2.0
Bluetooth v1.5 to 4.0
3.5 mm mini jack
3.5 mm mini jack
Standby14 days
336 hours
13 days
325 hours
2 days
48 hours
FM RadioYes (Disabled)Yes
FeaturesInitiate calling to your smartphone.
Listen to Mp3
Monitors heart rate
Monitor calories
Lap time
Receive calls
Play MP3
Call people
Listen to Mp3

Will Apple develop a Smartphone iWatch?

Rumors has it that Apple is testing some sort of flexible carbon material, this could potentially be a wearable smartphone in the form of a wrist watch, it is the logical step. You might find the somewhat similar Google Glass equally amazing.

Will Apple develop a Smartphone iWatch

Will Apple develop a Smartphone iWatch

10 comments on “3 Android Powered Smartwatch Phone Comparison Sony vs. Motorola vs. I’m Watch

  1. Jordano Santos Cequeira
    Jordano Santos Cequeira January 7, 2013 at 9:50 pm - Reply

    Congrats, great article, nut the price of smartwatch is better…

    • Geckoandfly
      Geckoandfly January 7, 2013 at 10:37 pm - Reply

      @Jordano – Yeah, the price is crazy, I was thinking of buying the Sony Smartwatch but the price is too expensive. Might as well go for a normal swatch watch.

      • Sam Gustin
        Sam Gustin April 8, 2013 at 4:35 pm - Reply

        Your phone can be in your bag or pocket or anywhere within 10 meters. Like a mini version of your smartphone

  2. Kannan
    Kannan January 8, 2013 at 10:03 am - Reply

    You didn’t mentioned the price. My favorite is I’m Watch, though little costlier.

    • Geckoandfly
      Geckoandfly January 8, 2013 at 2:09 pm - Reply

      @Kannan – I suspect price vary from one country to another. Therefore it is best for the readings to do their own survey.

      • jimmy
        jimmy April 8, 2013 at 4:35 pm - Reply

        How do I set up SmartWatch with my Android™ phone?

    • James Kendrick
      James Kendrick April 8, 2013 at 4:36 pm - Reply

      The smart watch is a wristwatch that connects to your smartphone to present pertinent information so you don’t have to take the phone

  3. Christopher Chavez
    Christopher Chavez April 8, 2013 at 4:35 pm - Reply

    Android Overload: Customizable Motorola X-Phone

  4. Avram Piltch
    Avram Piltch April 8, 2013 at 4:36 pm - Reply

    The most stylish smart watch around, the Italian I’m Watch

  5. Christopher MacManus
    Christopher MacManus April 8, 2013 at 4:37 pm - Reply

    Sony plans to drop a stylish watch this year that you may want to look into if you own an Android phone

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