August 8, 2022
TicWatch Pro S Launched With Up To 30 Days Of Battery Life, IP68 Water Resistance

The TicWatch Pro S has been launched in select regions as a relatively more affordable alternative to the TicWatch Pro 3. Mobvoi, the company behind the TicWatch family of smartwatches, has been positioning the TicWatch Pro S as the upgraded TicWatch Pro since last year. The new smartwatch has been introduced in a single color option and a single dial size. The TicWatch Pro S claims a battery life of two to five days in Smart Mode and up to 30 days in Essential Mode. The wearable also supports Google Pay via NFC.

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The TicWatch Pro S is priced at $259.99 (approximately Rs 19,000) in the US and comes in a single black colour. Smartwatch Official Mobvoi . available through Website And heroine, As of now, the company has not shared any information about whether the smartwatch will be coming to India or not.

TicWatch Pro S Specifications, Features

Mobvoi’s TicWatch Pro S runs Wear OS by Google and features a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with 400×400 pixels resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear SoC, paired with 1GB of RAM and 4GB of storage. For connectivity, TicWatch Pro S comes with Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi and GPS. It also supports Google Pay via NFC. Onboard sensors include accelerometer, gyro, magnetic sensor, PPG heart rate sensor, ambient light sensor and low latency off-body sensor.

In terms of battery life, Mobvoi says that the 415mAh battery can deliver two to five days of battery life in Smart Mode and 30 days in Essential Mode. The TicWatch Pro S comes with IP68 dust and water resistance. The smartwatch also comes with VO2 max monitoring, TicExercise 3.0, TicSleep 2.0, TicBreathe, TicHearing and Voice Memo features. It comes with an LCD display on top of an AMOLED display. There are over 1,000 watch faces that users can choose from to customize their TicWatch Pro S.

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