The Sony SmartWatch 2 has a 1.6-inch transflective LCD screen. However, the screen has a low resolution of 220x176 pixels, which is a definite downside.
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This menu shows some of the default apps that come with the SmartWatch 2.
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The SmartWatch 2 can be charged with any Micro-USB cable.
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The very identifiable Xperia power button makes an appearance on the watch.
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The stainless-steel wristband is included with the SmartWatch 2, but you can switch to a silicon band if that's more to your liking.
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Here's a digital clock face that you can switch to.
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This is another variant of the clock face.
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This is the SmartWatch 2 side-by-side with the Pebble.
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