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.
That, plus the fact that Google is getting serious about Wear OS (a Pixel Watch coming to our wear, perhaps?), makes the TicWatch E3 a delight… well, at least for now before the rest jumped on board.
The watch is blessed with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB ROM to take advantage of the faster processor and features all advanced health sensors, SpO2 included, as found on the TicWatch Pro 3.
Other notables of this 44 mm case smartwatch include a 1.3” High-Density Display with 360 x 360 pixels, 2.5D glass, 20 mm interchangeable silicone rubber, Bluetooth 5.0 and wireless 802.11b/g/n, built-in GPS, NFC for contactless payment (Google Pay), built-in speaker, and microphone, built-in vibrator, swim-friendly IP68 rated construction (freshwater only), a bunch of sensors, and a 380 mAh battery good for up to 2 days of use (with Essential mode, that is).
If anyone’s interested, you can pick up the TicWatch E3 Smartwatch from Mobvoi online store for the aforementioned US$199.99.