As Samsung launches its latest round of smartwatches, the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is at the peak of its manufacturing prowess. For Mobvoi, the TicWatch Pro 3 represents the same. But when these two watches a pitted against each other, which comes out on top? The battle is closer than you may think.
The TicWatch Pro line of Wear OS watches have always been on the bulky side and running dated hardware. Despite that, the watches are still stand-out options in the Android smartwatch realm. Mobvoi addresses both of these downsides in the TicWatch Pro 3.
Though the TicWatch Pro S isn't the most powerful smartwatch on the market, it does have some of the best battery life out there and offers built-in features missing from other options — and when taking 20% off the price tag it might be just right for you.
When one of the best Android smartwatches is on sale, you have to take advantage of the situation. That's what we have here with the best performing and longest battery of all the Wear OS watches around — the TicWatch Pro 3. So, don't let this Prime Day deal slip by!
Ever since the new partnership with Samsung and Google for the Wear platform upgrade was announced at Google I/O, we've been waiting to hear which if any of the dozens of current Wear OS watches will see the new version. Well, we can cross off about a third of the list right now: no current Fossil watches are planned to get the upgrade.
When it comes to buying a smartwatch, one of the first things that most people consider is how it looks. While that is important, as is the quality of the materials, you won't want to wear something if it fails to meet your expectations. That smartwatch may look and feel great to wear, but if the experience of using it is frustrating — you probably won't keep wearing it.
Mobvoi upgraded many of its watches recently with small incremental changes. However, the TicWatch Pro 3 changes have been are much broader. But are the changes just for the sake of making changes? Should you jump ship from the relatively new TicWatch Pro 2020? Let's see how it all shakes out.