Mobvoi has unveiled the TicWatch Pro 3 LTE, which takes the well-reviewed TicWatch Pro 3 and adds mobile connectivity.
The wearable is accessible now in the UK, Spain and Germany, with a rate of $440 , making it barely greater expensive than the standard $299 TicWatch Pro 3.
There’s no news on if or when the TicWatch Pro 3 LTE will land in the US or Australia, however, given that the preferred mannequin did it’s simply possible, and if it does we’d anticipate it will fee much less than these rate conversions above suggest.
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In the regions the place it’s presently available its cellular connectivity depends on the Vodafone OneNumber network, a provider that permits you to share your cellular wide variety and allowances throughout devices. The TicWatch Pro LTE truly switches from Bluetooth to cell as soon as you’re out of the vary of your phone, and you’ll nevertheless get all your notifications even if you go away your phone at home.
TicWatch Pro 3 LTE comes with 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, a heart rate monitor, a SpO2 sensor, water-resistance, 10 exercising modes, automated exercising detection. There’s additionally a 577mAh battery, which guarantees up to 72 hours of life, or up to 45 days if you change to Essential Mode (which removes a lot of the clever features).
Interestingly, these are precisely the equal battery lifestyles estimates as you’ll locate on the standard model, however, we’d assume that in exercise it possibly won’t remaining as long if you’re making regular use of the LTE features.
In any case, apart from a barely unintuitive interface and iffy sleep tracking, we have been impressed by means of the TicWatch Pro 3, giving it 4 stars in our review, and praising its snappy performance, crisp screen, and long-lasting battery.
So if you like the sound of that, and want LTE on top, you can pick up the TicWatch Pro 3 LTE direct from the makers at Mobvoi.com, or from Amazon or Vodafone.