A new one is added to smart watches working with WearOS. Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 5, which is a smart watch with the future with Snapdragon W5 +, appeared with all its details before its release.
The first device to come with Qualcomm’s new generation processor Snapdragon W5+ is being prepared by Mobvoi. The device, which is expected to be called TicWatch Pro 5, appeared with all its details before its release.
What will TicWatch Pro 5 offer?
Thanks to an early product page on Amazon, TicWatch Pro 5 has emerged with all its details. The Pro 5 has a 1.43-inch dual-layer display. The display features a high power consumption OLED and low power customized dynamic color backlight FSTN display. Mobvoi states that the device offers 80 hours of battery life in “Smart Mode” and 45 days in “Basic Mode”. In addition, the device can reach 65% battery capacity in 30 minutes with fast charging technology.
The device with Gorilla Glass protection remains water resistant up to 5 ATM pressure. Like the Pixel Watch, the Pro 5 offers a crown for interface use on its right side. It is stated that the crown will also provide a successful experience in tactile feedback. The device, which is expected to offer only black color option, supports the 24mm strap standard.
It will be powered by Snapdragon W5+ and 2GB memory
The product, which will be powered by the new Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 chipset produced in the 4nm process, has 2GB of memory and 32GB of storage. With abundant system memory, TicWatch Pro 5 will provide a comfortable experience even with multi-app usage. The device that will get its power from the newest version of WearOS; It will include Bluetooth 5.2, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi, GPS + Beidou + Glonass and QZSS connections. It should also be noted that the device has compass and barometer functions. Offering more than 100 exercise support, the product also supports standard health features such as sleep and heart rate measurement. There is no release date and price information for TicWatch Pro 5, which is expected to be a competitive product on the WearOS side.