The TicWatch GTH smartwatch was launched this week by Mobvoi as a budget-friendly offering. It has a rectangular dial with just one button on the right and one color option. The TicWatch GTH is also moving away from Google’s Wear OS this time around and using RTOS instead. It has a metal case and interchangeable watch straps. Along with the TicWatch GTH bottling up to 10 days of battery life on a single charge, “Powerful sensors to help you reach the best of health.”
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The TicWatch GTH is priced at $79.99 (approximately Rs. 6,000) and comes in a single Raven Black colour. it is available for purchase The company hasn’t shared any details on international availability in the US.
TicWatch GTH Specifications, Features
TicWatch GTH runs on RTOS or Real Time Operating System. It sports a 1.55-inch rectangular TFT display with 360×320 pixels resolution and full touch support. The smartwatch uses Bluetooth v5.1 to connect to your phone. The TicWatch GTH packs a 260mAh battery which is said to get fully charged in just two hours and offer up to 10 days of battery life.
The smartwatch comes with 14 sports modes as well as a variety of health tracking systems. You get 24 hours skin temperature monitoring, 24 hours blood oxygen monitoring with photoplethysmography (PPG) technology, 24 hours hearing rate monitoring, respiration rate, stress monitoring. , and sleep monitoring. Mobvoi is also working with a team of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) scientists to use sensor data collected by TicWatch GTH to predict early warning signs of COVID-19.
The TicWatch GTH comes with a 5ATM water resistance rating but the company says it is “not suitable for showering, diving or high-pressure water activities.” Being a smartwatch, TicWatch GTH shows notifications like messages, alarms, social updates and much more. You can control your music, receive workout reminders, and locate your phone. You can also design your own watch face using the supported apps. In terms of dimensions, the TicWatch GTH measures 43.2×35.2×10.5mm.
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