Today the Mobvoi TicWatch C2 was unveiled. Available on December 6th, this shiny new smartwatch ships running Wear OS. It features NFC for Google Pay compatibility, too. You can pre-order it now in black and platinum, as well as in a slightly thinner rose gold version.
The TicWatch 2 was originally launched on Kickstarter, and it ran on its own Android-based OS. The new version, aside from using the Wear operating system, features a two-day battery life and an IP68 waterproof rating. It's also powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 chip, and features built-in GPS as well as dynamic heart rate monitoring. The stainless steel front and leather strap construction add to the timeless aesthetic. The faces and straps are customizable, too.
In addition, the Mobvoi TicPods Free are also up for grabs online. The headphones are compatible with Google Assistant, Alexa, and Siri, and they come in white, blue, and red. Similar to Apple's Airpods, these headphones respond to touch controls to change music or pick up phone calls.
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