Sony's been making smartwatches since before they were cool, and with the advent of Android Wear, it was only a matter of time before they made another. Enter the SmartWatch 3, announced at IFA today, running Google's new platform specifically for wearables. The third member of the family comes with a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1.6-inch screen and Sony's now trademark IP68 waterproofing. Other key features include 4GB of storage, 512MB of memory, NFC support, GPS and a 420mAh battery (charged over micro-USB).recently heard about (that make the watch more useful on its own). It's also promising "better" battery life from that 420mAh cell -- suggesting it'll be good for up to two days of use, or four days on standby. If you're a believer in "third time lucky," then you can pick one up for 230 euros starting this fall.