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Qualcomm announced its new Snapdragon Wear 4100 and 4100+ chipsets, they might be releasing a new version of the TicWatch Pro this year running the new Snapdragon Wear 4100 platform processor, and now because of Amazon we've our first check out it. The Ticwatch Pro 3 with GPS seems like it'll be launching, within the UK at least in early October. The smartwatch has improved battery life and more features for Wear OS. The company said that Mobvoi would be first to produce a Wear OS smartwatch using the new SoC, and now the upcoming model has made an appearance on Amazon UK.
The TicWatch Pro 3 hardware itself looks more refined with a rather sleeker design, a 2 button UI, sorry no 3rd button, unfortunately, and a microphone hole is clearly visible. Mobvoi typically uses magnetic charging but we can hope for wireless. It should sport a minimum of 1GB of RAM and 4 – 8 GB of internal storage and HR tracking at a minimum.
The TicWatch Pro line has always been differentiated by Mobvoi’s second translucent display that sits above the quality LCD panel. This enables an ultra lower power mode while still showing critical information just like the time, date, steps etc. It’s impossible that the TicWatch Pro 3 would launch without this display.
The watch was listed at £299.99 (approximately ₹29,296), with an estimated release date of October 1st. After the page was discovered, Mobvoi swapped out the photos for a generic smartwatch and altered the worth to £399.99 (approximately ₹39,000), but the release date remains the same.
Since the worth is a premium over their previous device, which hopefully means that the rest of the device has had improvements as well. GPS is confined and Mobvoi has released 4G variants is also unclear if the TicWatch Pro 3 will include 4G in the launch SKU, or if that will be added to a later update.
Hopefully, that launch date doesn’t change and we’ll all be dancing with 4100 watches on our wrist soon.
With a little over a month until the TicWatch Pro 3 launches, we won’t have long to wait, and I am very excited about the next generation of Wear OS hardware.