If you're in the market for a new Android smartwatch, Samsung's new Galaxy Watch 4 is a no-brainer. However, Mobvoi also makes a case for itself with the TicWatch E3, so we've put the two watches side-by-side to help you decide between the two.
Mobvoi's TicWatch's have been among the few bright spots in the Wear OS world recently. The TicWatch Pro 3 launched in 2020 as the first wearable on the market with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100, and in the summer of 2021 the TicWatch E3 became the second. The TicWatch E3 is a lower-priced option with comparable performance — but its Wear OS 3.0 update timing could hold it back for some.
We trade in old phones all the time when buying a new one, but trade-in programs for smartwatches have been few and far between. Considering how many watches aren't getting the new Wear platform, this needs to change to spur adoption and avoid a lot of pissed-off watch owners.
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Mobvoi's TicWatch C2 finally got the upgrade that has been so much needed to bring this great looking Wear OS smartwatch the performance boost it has been missing. Does that mean you should pick up the TicWatch C2+? Hop in and see what the update means and if it's for you or not.
The TicWatch C2 has a classic minimal look to it, making it a great watch for daily wear. So now that the C2+ is out and bringing its increased RAM you may wonder if it's worth upgrading. Well, let look at what you get for the extra money.