TicWatch Pro X is released in China with very few upgrades.
, by raj, 1 min reading time
In China, Mobvoi has released a new TicWatch Pro X, which is a modest upgrade to the company's flagship smartwatch series.
We've been speculating about the release of a TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra in the West, along with new GTH+ and GTH Pro devices, but this appears to be something entirely different.
The TicWatch Pro X uses the same technology under the hood, with a Snapdragon 4100 CPU and a 1.39-inch dual-layer display that allows it to last three days in Essential mode and up to 45 days in regular mode.
However, it has a new etched bezel that adds a subtle aesthetic element that sets it apart from the basic TicWatch Pro 3.
There are also two crowns that rotate to control menus and navigation on the screen. Of course, Wear OS is included, but it's the outdated Wear 2.0 version.
With the Pro 3 and E3, we anticipate this to be upgraded in 2022.
It has 20 sports modes and is IP68 certified, allowing it to be used in the pool.
We have no idea why the Pro X was produced because it is so identical to the Pro 3. It's conceivable that this is merely a Chinese rebranding effort, and we're hoping to see the much more fascinating TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra soon.
This ushered in a slew of new Tic applications, including a new set of features on artery health and body ageing as well as an ECG function that uses the PPG sensor to check for afib. If those functionalities are implemented, Mobvoi's next generation of smartwatches will be considerably more intriguing.
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