Sony Ericsson LiveView to come in November for 69 euro

10 October, 2010

We’ve got some good news for those of you waiting for the Sony Ericsson LiveView. Apparently the device will come as early as next month and will be priced at the very reasonable 69 euro (96 US dollars).

The tiny accessory that can be worn as watch was announced a couple of weeks ago but those important details weren’t mentioned at the time. Now you can rest assured that it will neither take too long to appear, nor cost an arm and a leg. There are even rumors that its price will be as low as 59 euro, which translates to 82 dollars.

We guess this is all good news for the XPERIA owners too. Since the LiveView is only compatible with handsets running Android 2.0 or later, so Sony Ericsson should have pushed the Éclair update to their Android lineup by November or customers will have to get a competitor’s phone to use it.



Reader comments

It took 4 years to take take off for smart watches, still unnecessary thing

  • bummy
  • 12 Oct 2010
  • 9xE

Excellent news!! I was anticipating a $150 product. 96 USD sounds fantastic. Pretty excited for this =D

  • Anonymous
  • 11 Oct 2010
  • Ia6

Ambitious? It is more like Daydreaming if they continue in the same old way without making any effort. Even the late comer in Android such as Motorola already far exceeded SE. In no time, SE will be even beaten by China brand-less Droid.

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