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Sony won’t jump on the Android Wear bandwagon just yet


Sony, which has been making Android-based smartwatches before other OEMs showed interest in launching such products of their own, said it won’t leave its own platform for Android Wear in the future. “We’ve already invested time and resources on this platform, and we will continue in that direction,” Sony Mobile U.S. chief Ravi Nookala told CNET in an interview. Google has recently unveiled Android Wear, a wearables platform that is its own vision for what kind of features Android-based smartwatches should offer, with LG and Motorola having already announced plans to launch Android Wear-based devices this year. LG hinted that’s working on what may very well be a Nexus-like device for Android smartwatches without revealing any details about the product aside

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