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Sony SmartWatch 3 prices in Malaysia

The Sony Smartwatch 3 is the smartwatch we all want. Its powerful and well-equipped, but most importantly, it has a great battery life. Read more below!

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Lowest Price: RM 499.90
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40 Offers from 4 stores available from RM 499.90 - RM 1360.40


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Sony SmartWatch 3 Price by Country
Hong Kong HKD 998
Indonesia IDR 1,716,000
Malaysia MYR 500
Philippines PHP 6,370
Singapore SGD 181
Thailand THB 4,438
Vietnam VND 3,234,000

About Sony SmartWatch 3 Malaysia

Sony Smartwatch 3 Malaysia

Forget your Smartphone

Where Sony’s Smartwatch 3 loses out by not looking like the traditional wristwatch, it makes up for it in functionality by being properly equipped with features like built-in GPS functionality and having a longer battery life compared to most other smartwatches; its battery can go on for up to two days. The Smartwatch 3 also charges via the common micro USB cable, which makes it easy to charge as everyone has a micro USB cable laying around somewhere.

It is not the most realistic timepiece of a smartwatch around, but it definitely gets the job done.

Your Smartwatch, Your Style

The Sony Smartwatch 3 comes in three different types to suit your every need. The core unit of the Smartwatch 3, the part that holds all of the important components of the smartwatch, is separable from the many different types of straps.

If you are attending a more formal event and want a classy looking watch, use the stainless steel chain-link strap. Going for a casual meetup with your friends in the afternoon? Use the beautiful leather strap. Want to play some ball and get some workout in? Put on the rubber strap.

There is a style for every different use when it comes to the Sony Smartwatch 3, it is versatile and efficient in many different ways.

Two-Day Battery Life

Where most smartwatches can only hold out for a single day’s worth of battery life, the Sony Smartwatch 3 can go on for roughly about two days with very medium use. If you do want to charge it though, you will not have to worry about any proprietary charger like other smartwatches; just pull open the cover on the back of the watch and charge via micro USB.

Android Wear – Smartwatch 3 Malaysia

Google is everywhere. In your smartphone, in the Internet, in your laptop – now it is on your wrist! One of the greatest things about the Android Wear operating system is that they do not allow for manufacturers to add in their own unnecessary software (bloatware), save for some manufacturer-exclusive watchfaces.

Android Wear is a very intuitive operating system and user interface. Navigating through the entire operating system is very easy and comes naturally to most people. To look through your notifications, you swipe up and down on the watch display to go through each of your notifications left and right to select an action for that notification.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2015-12-15
The Sony Smartwatch 3 SWR50 is Sony 's latest wearable and it currently costs RM1099 (black) and RM1399 for the metallic link version. It's also their first wearable to feature Android Wear as opposed to their predecessors using Sony's own platform, this...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-28
Sony is no stranger to the wearables market. After experimenting with Bluetooth-enabled watches as early as 2006 , the Japanese company was one of the first to launch an Android OS smartwatch with the first Sony SmartWatch back in 2012. That was followed ...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-23
Builtin GPS for phonefree running, Android Wear runs slick and smooth, Waterproof build, comfortable strap, Decent battery lifeWashedout colours and yellow whites
While Motorola and LG have opted for circular designs in the Moto 360 and G Watch R, Sony has kept things simple.The Smartwatch 3 is square, plain, and inoffensive. It doesn't have the striking modern minimalistic design of the 360, nor does it have the t...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-17
Easy to wear, lightweight, Stock Android Wear OS in towPrice is a bit on the expensive side, no wireless charging included, Cover flap may be a concern — it may be disjointed in the long run, Extra bands are expensive and are limited in choice locally
The Sony Smartwatch 3 is the company's first Android Wear-powered smartwatch. With a water-resistant body and Google's wearable OS to boot, could it be the next wearable gear you'll need? Here's a quick review.The Smartwatch 3 presents itself with a strai...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-23
The Sony Smartwatch 3 was one of the first wave of Android Wear smartwatches to hit the shelves, and although it's looking a little dated now, there are a few reasons why you might want to still consider buying one. It remains Sony's only Android smartwat...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-16
Sony is no stranger to the smart watch, they have produced a few generations of their signature Sony SmartWatch over the last couple of years. I personally owned the original Sony Smartwatch when it first came out 4 years ago. Whilst it might not be a con...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-25
GPS, a gyroscope, compass, ambient light sensors and an accelerometer make the Sony Smartwatch 3 suitable for fitness tracking, directions, navigation and notifications. Because most functions do not work properly offline, it is not the best option for tr...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-29
The look and feel of the SmartWatch 3 isn't a very big departure from the first two versions. It is still a square smartwatch and with the black case resembles the size and shape of a basic Casio digital watch. The SmartWatch 3's core unit does have some...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-17
We will make no bones about it: Macworld UK is a publication for Apple fans, and as Apple followers we love the Apple Watch. But it is important to get a feel of what the opposition has to offer, and in this case that means reviewing the Sony Smartwatch 3...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-14
For a few weeks I have been wearing the Sony Smartwatch3, an Android Wear-based smartwatch device. Like any upcoming technology smartwatches promise new use cases and like in any upcoming technology it can deliver well in some scenarios - and not so much...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-04
Great battery, GPS functionality works well, Screen works well outdoorsAverage screen, Bulky design, Missing a heartrate monitor
As the name might suggest, Sony's SmartWatch 3 is its third smartwatch. Sony's first two watch-like wearables were decidedly mediocre products let down by a clunky operating system. This time around, Sony has abandoned its home-made software in favour of...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-25
There's a lot of debate around what makes a good smartwatch. There's also no shortage of design options. LG, Samsung, Sony, Asus and countless others are cranking out an endless array Android Wear watches.Debate varies, focusing on the positives and negat...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-19
Great battery life, builtin GPS, clasp works wellNo Heart Rate Monitor, thick band, annoying USB cover
Smart watches are a brand new thing out on the market and we've been seeing iteration after iteration of models from different companies such as Pebble, Motorola, Samsung and LG. These manufacturers have been pushing out some pretty nifty products includi...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-08
Good performance, Sharp display, Comfortable to wear, Good battery life and quick charging through micro USBBoring design
At Rs. 19,990, the SmartWatch 3 is also the most expensive Android Wear device available in India right now. Considering that the popular LG G Watch and even the Motorola Moto 360 are available for much less, does Sony offer enough to justify the high pri...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-04
Sony has had a few smartwatches, butt the Sony SmartWatch 3 is Sony's first watch with Android Wear. As a fan of Android Wear, I've had fun reviewing other Android Wear watches, and was definitely looking forward to reviewing Sony's SmartWatch 3 because i...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-01
Sony 's Smartwatch 3 was pretty well received by Chris when he took a look at the original – it went head-to-head with the Moto 360 in the marketplace, and found a permanent place on his wrist. Now, Sony's released a new SKU of the watch which comes with ...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-09
Smartwatches - they're the aspect of the wearable revolution that everyone seems to have fallen most in love with. The Apple Watch has been a hot topic since it was announced in September last year, and with wearable and IoT platforms continuing to develo...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-03
Sony literally owns the word “smartwatch” since producing one of the first wearables in 2012; the good news is that it may have finally gotten the recipe right on its third try. The SmartWatch 3 comes with Google's Android Wear, but unlike other versions ...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-01
Superb battery life for an Android Wear smartwatch, Display is bright outdoors, ambient sensor allows true alwayson display, High quality design, fit and finish, THEDisplay isn't particularly vibrant, MicroUSB port an annoyance to access, protective grommet feels flimsy, Omission of heart rate sensor
The selection of local smartwatches has changed rather drastically these past few months and there's now a respectable lot of Android Wear smartwatches available for Aussies, but in those past few months it seemed Sony's silicone-banded SmartWatch 3 could...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-16
Freedom with GPS connectivity, Decent battery life, Easy charging with Micro USB, Great waterproof ratingScreen is mediocre, Rubber strap feels a bit cheap, No heart rate monitoring, Android Wear still work in progress
The Sony SmartWatch 3 may not be the hottest Android Wear device on paper, but with built-in GPS and a slick new all-metal design, it's one of the most complete smartwatches we've reviewed.With the new stylish looking stainless steel version hitting the s...
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