Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 3: Shop leaks a lot of marketing material and spec
Before the official launch, an online retailer from faraway Malaysia will provide us with many promotional posters and pictures of the new TicWatch Pro 3 Smartwatch from Mobvoi. Which will be the world’s first with Snapdragon 4100 and features such as PulseOx measurement.
Not long ago, Amazon UK leaked the name, design, price, and release date of the next Mobvoi Pro-Watch. At least according to the original Amazon list, TicWatch Pro 3 should be available for sale in the UK on October 1, 2020, at a price of £300. But Amazon has subsequently changed the item several times.
However, the latest leak of TicWatch Pro 3 comes from Malaysia. Online retailer Shopee soon posted a new Mobvoi smartwatch ad online. But the price of 220 MYR (about 44 euros) should be incorrect. Promotional pictures are taken from the Internet to show more upcoming WearOS watches and provide some valuable information about the specifications.
NFC and SpO2 sensor onboard the TicWatch Pro 3
As we all know, TicWatch Pro 3 is the first smartwatch equipped with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon Wear 4100 SoC. Its CPU performance has increased by 85%. The GPU performance has increased by 150%, and power consumption has been reduced by 25%. The 1.4-inch AMOLED display provides a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels and is the double-layer display in the new version 2.0-which also guarantees a longer runtime. There is also 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage space and a 595 mAh battery onboard, which can last 72 hours. This watch weighs 42 grams. Which is lighter than previous watches and provides NFC contactless payment function.
The health and fitness functions of TicHealth Suite have also been enhanced. With the integrated SpO2 sensor, with TicOxygen, you can measure blood oxygen saturation. For example, TicZen is designed to help reduce stress, and TicHearing can monitor background noise. The ship also includes TicExercies, TicBreathe and TicSleep. Mobvoi may launch Ticwatch Pro 3 on September 24 and write at least 9to5Google based on tweets on the subject (also deleted).
Source = Shopee (deleted)
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