The Mobvoi TicWatch Pro first launched one year ago with dual displays. Although it didn't pioneer the idea (that was Casio), the premise is simple. There's an AMOLED touch display which functions like any other Wear OS watch, but there's also a transflective screen that shows you the time and step count while the display is off.
The Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 4G is a successor to the TicWatch Pro. Although the design is similar, there are several notable differences in features, hardware and connectivity. The main differences are double the RAM and 4G/LTE support. Is this difference enough to get you to consider one over the Galaxy Watch?
The TicWatch Pro still doesn't offer sleep tracking, but Mobvoi promises it will come in a future update. Otherwise, it covers most activity tracking like total distance walked, total active time, heart rate monitoring, and step counts.
Smartwatches powered by Wear OS are not exactly flying off the shelves. The wearable operating system has had slow development over the last few years, and although Google has been updating the firmware more frequently in the last year, how much room for improvement is there? Let's find out.
The one thing to be careful of is what you install, including watchfaces. On my ticwatch pro I noticed the battery drain after I installed a Google play watchface that had fancy complications. I just stuck to the standard dark watchface after uninsta...
I don't know how everyone gets their battery life. I have the Bluetooth off, WiFi off but keep the network connection running. I also deactivated all gestures so I am using the LCD screen. With checking the watch occasionally for notifications an...
It's an updating version, and still uses an old CPU?