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Mobvoi's Wear OS 3 smartwatch renders leaked

Following Qualcomm’s announcement of a new chipset series for wearable devices in July, Mobvoy is the first to confirm that its next-generation smartwatch will be powered by Qualcomm’s new wearable chipset. Although it hasn’t been officially named, leaker Kuba Wojciechowski has released renders of what he says is the so-called “Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 5.” For the same reason smartphone OEMs skip using the number “4” on their products (phobia), it is believed that Mobvoi will skip the fourth version and call it a 5 instead.

The image shows the new case design. Instead of two crowns, the new wearable has a single crown with a rotating dial and a flush accessory key. Aside from the layout changes, the design of the case retains the overall shape of the previous TicWatch Pro models, including the knurled texture around the bezel. The strap also appears to be made of hard silicone, as used by Mobvoi on previous models. That’s what we can tell from this new rendering.

According to the leaker, Mobvoi is about to release a smartwatch. Mobvoi teased its next-generation TicWatch Pro in July shortly after Qualcomm announced its new line of smartwatch chipsets, and we haven’t heard much more about the watch since then.

Mobvoi has released teasers of its upcoming smartwatches since July 4100

Oppo Watch 3 and The Oppo Watch 3 Pro is the first smartwatch to feature the Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 and the Mobvoi smartwatch could be the next to arrive with the new chipset. The Snapdragon W5+ is built on a more energy-efficient 4nm process, with a battery performance improvement of up to 30% and a performance improvement of up to 07 % less space compared to Snapdragon Wear 4100+ platform.

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