I’m pretty sure no one asked for a customized colorful backlight, but here it is anyways on the TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra GPS. It was rumored that it will run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100+, but it isn’t.
Just bought the Mobvoi TicWatch E3 after hearing quite some buzz about it. And you know what? If you are in the market for a smartwatch, you may want to hold out and see what other Snapdragon Wear 4100 powered options you have in the coming months.
Following, the TicWatch Pro 3 GPS, the TicWatch E3 is the second in the market to utilize the powerful and supposedly, more energy-efficient, Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100 chip.
Well, that kind of made my Snapdragon Wear 2100-powered TicWatch felt like dinosaur. Anyways, Mobvoi has added a new smartwatch to its lineup, the TicWatch Pro 3 GPS. It is, as the post title says, the first Wear OS smartwatch to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100.
Gestures and touch control on true wireless earbuds are a norm. However, with the upcoming TWS earbuds from Mobvoi, it also uses a novel way taking and rejecting calls – in addition to gestures and touches.
If you are in the market for a pair of ANC wireless cans without breaking the bank. Maker of TicWatch, Mobvoi, will have you covered with the company’s first over-ear cans, TicKasa ANC Wireless Headphones.
Former Googler’s Mobvoi, maker of affordable smartwatches, has announced a new update to its TicWatch Pro smartwatch. The Pro is now being offered with 4G/LTE connectivity to enable a so-called phone-free smartwatch use, aptly refer to as TicWatch Pro 4G/LTE. The announcement was made following the reveal of Samsung Galaxy Active2 smartwatch which also touts …
Apple’s designs have been copied the world over and if the tech giant has a design that has yet to caught up with its competitions, then you know it if fugly (I looking at you Apple AirPods). I mean, people don’t just copy, right? Or so I thought… Enters TicPods Free Wireless Earbuds by Mobvoi. …