Mobvoi released the TicWatch 5 Pro, the first wearable device in this year’s flagship lineup. The new device succeeds the TicWatch 3 Pro and improves it in many ways. However, Mobvoi’s main focus remains fitness tracking to compete with the best in the business. That’s why the company launched a new and improved health app alongside the device.
TicWatch Pro 5 is the first product to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 chip, promising improved performance and efficiency. The display size is 1.23″, using OLED panel made of Gorilla Glass and extra ultra-low power Power consumption display protection with moderate backlighting to save some power and still provide readings. The whole system relies on 2GB of RAM and 24GB internal storage.
TicWatch 5 Pro with two displays
Like other TicWatches, the 5 Pro is powered by Google’s Wear OS – in this case the 3. It’s worth noting that Google recently announced Wear OS 4, but we don’t know which devices will get the update.
The usual set of sensors is on board, allowing you to track more than 32 different types of workouts and use the new one-touch measurement feature available Information on heart rate, blood pressure, blood oxygen, stress levels and even VO2 Max. Mobvoi says tracking has been improved for the latter as well. NFC for contactless payments is also available.
Pretty big The 727 mAh battery keeps the lights on, which according to Mobvoi is enough to last you about 24 Use the so-called Smart Essential Mode for hours when you don’t need the OLED display It automatically switches to the secondary low-power display when it is turned on. Fast charging is also available on the menu 32% charge in 24 minute.
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The chassis is made of 810 made of – series aluminum and high strength nylon with fiberglass, while the default strap is silicone 005mm kind. TicWatch 5 Pro complies with US-MIL-STD 799 H military standard and can withstand rain, sand, ice, shock and vibration. The crown on the right rotates and can be used to navigate through menus.
This device will set you back $338 or €302, depending on where you live and only available in Obsidian. It is available for immediate purchase.