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First of all I'm interested with smartwatches but waited for HTC MAYBE to reveal new smartwatch but I guess it will release later on this year so by then I'm checking other companies like Samsung and Sony Smartwatches

Does any one checked that the new Sony Smartwatch 2 is connecting with HTC One Max or the New Samsung Gear Fit ?

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Hi

First of all I'm interested with smartwatches but waited for HTC MAYBE to reveal new smartwatch but I guess it will release later on this year so by then I'm checking other companies like Samsung and Sony Smartwatches

Does any one checked that the new Sony Smartwatch 2 is connecting with HTC One Max or the New Samsung Gear Fit ?

Its really matter of discussion
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Well Samsung smart watches only work with Samsung devices. Sony's is pretty cool and hackable. I think my pebble is the best, but I'm probably biased since i did purchase it.

I would wait for the android wear smart watches to start coming out, htc was announced as a partner i believe. The moto 360 looks cool as hell.

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Hi

First of all I'm interested with smartwatches but waited for HTC MAYBE to reveal new smartwatch but I guess it will release later on this year so by then I'm checking other companies like Samsung and Sony Smartwatches

Does any one checked that the new Sony Smartwatch 2 is connecting with HTC One Max or the New Samsung Gear Fit ?

Its really matter of discussion
Get the Pebble or Pebble Steel.. Best bang for buck! Plus it's "WATER PROOF"..

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First of all I'm interested with smartwatches but waited for HTC MAYBE to reveal new smartwatch but I guess it will release later on this year so by then I'm checking other companies like Samsung and Sony Smartwatches

Does any one checked that the new Sony Smartwatch 2 is connecting with HTC One Max or the New Samsung Gear Fit ?

Its really matter of discussion
I'd vote for Android Wear being used by various manufacturers. That said, I've seen bluetooth conflicts with Sense 5.5 and prior (haven't tried 6 yet), and would lean towards one made by HTC. Whichever you may choose, check for their supported devices to be sure.
 
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Main issue I have with samsung's are that they are more or less useless... You still have to use your phone for a lot. Its almost like a pager you can take pics and calls with. Most notifications still require phone... Pebble is nice. Hopefully the android wear concept gets HTC backing. But in all reality for me... Its not really needed. That being said I'm not a watch wearer.

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my answer is in this video

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tested on htc one max im unable to connect

but it does connect to htc one m8 and m7 also nexus 5

i think this is software issue only

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It's working after connected to samsung note 3 then connect it back to my Max
 
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I tried the next day to connect the samsung galaxy gear 2 but its not connecting maybe its required a custom rom for it and install pre install samsung apps

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