The TicWatch Pro 3 GPS looks an awful lot like the last TicWatch Pro from Mobvoi – and the one before that, too. But don’t let appearances fool you: the Mobvoi TicWatch 3 is the first smartwatch to carry Qualcomm’s newest system-on-a-chip designed specifically for wearables, the Snapdragon Wear 4100. Specs still matter on smartwatches much more so than on smartphones, and that 4100 combines with a generous 1GB of RAM to make the TicWatch 3 the most performant smartwatch Wear OS has ever seen.
When you factor in the innovative dual-layer display and battery life heretofore unseen on a Google-powered wearable … you get the best Wear OS smartwatch of 2020. Join Michael Fisher for a two-week test drive featuring the smartwatch that fixed Wear OS, in MrMobile’s Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 3 Review!
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MrMobile’s Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 3 Review was produced following two weeks with two TicWatch Pro 3 GPS review samples provided by Mobvoi. Preproduction devices running pre-release software, tested with a Motorola Razr 5G.
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