Google-backed Mobvoi, after launching the TicWatch Pro 3 almost a month ago in the global markets, has finally introduced the said in the Indian market. It is the first Wear OS-based smartwatch to be powered by a Snapdragon Wear 4100 SoC.
One of the key highlights of the TicWatch Pro 3 is the dual-display technology, which allows the user to switch between the power saving FSTN display and the punchy 1.4-inch AMOLED panel on the go. It also comes with built-in GPS, and support for NFC payments with Google Pay.
Moreover, the company says that the smartwatch's 577mAh battery should last for about 72 hours in smart mode, going all the way up to 45 days in essential mode. Further, the automatic brightness feature, as its name implies, automatically adjusts the brightness of the AMOLED display to conserve even more power.
As said above, the watch runs on Google's Wear OS, and on top of Google's fitness suite, it gets TicHealth, TicMotion, TicExercise, TicSleep, TicOxygen, TicBreathe, TicZen, and TicHearing fitness apps.
The TicWatch 3 Pro is priced at ₹27,999 in the Indian market. You can grab it on Amazon starting today in a single 'shadow black' colour.