- The first smartwatch utilizing a Snapdragon Wear 4100 may very well be Mobvoi’s TicWatch Pro 3.
- A deleted tweet hinted at blood-oxygen monitoring and a September 24 debut.
- An Amazon itemizing might have proven what it’s going to appear like.
You won’t have to attend too lengthy to get a Wear OS smartwatch with Qualcomm’s improved (and arguably overdue) Snapdragon Wear 4100 chip. Mobvoi seems to be near releasing a promised sequel to the TicWatch Pro that may very well be the primary watch with the quicker processor.
Reddit customers (by way of Droid Life) and 9to5Google have found a since-modified Amazon UK itemizing and a deleted Mobvoi tweet that hinted at plans to launch the Snapdragon Wear 4100-based TicWatch Pro Three in a matter of weeks. The retailer itemizing had the discharge slated for October 1, however Mobvoi stated the watch would debut on September 24.
There weren’t many function particulars, however Mobvoi stated the Pro Three would supply SpO2 (blood oxygen) monitoring. The Pro Three won’t be a small watch, with a 45.1mm case just like earlier TicWatch Pro fashions.
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The Amazon itemizing talked about a UK worth of £300, or about $400. That would make it considerably costlier than earlier TicWatch Pro fashions (the Pro 2020 usually prices $260), though we’d warning that the itemizing has been modified to a generic “TicWatch” with a unique look and worth — don’t be shocked if the ultimate worth is completely different than what you see right here.
We wouldn’t be shocked if Mobvoi’s technological lead (if it has one) is temporary. BBK’s Xiaotiancai also needs to have a youngsters’ watch available on the market, and we’d anticipate Wear OS proponents like Fossil to have Snapdragon 4100 smartwatches within the pipeline. Still, the TicWatch Pro Three could be your finest guess in case you insist on having essentially the most superior Google-powered smartwatch as quickly as attainable.