After unveiling Android Wear watch in 2014, Sony has not contribute much in the smartwatch space. However the company is gearing up for bringing smart features in one’s wrist, working on many innovative ideas. Their latest idea about launching Sony wena straps which can easily go with traditional watch. The straps come as a form of band to connect existing watch, allow people in fitness tracking and contactless payments. Sony’s
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