Mobvoi has just announced its latest wearable device, the TicWatch E3, marking the company’s second smartwatch to use the new Snapdragon Wear 4100 chipset.
What’s particularly impressive upfront is the low pricing of the TicWatch E3 at just £179.99, making it the cheapest option by far if you want a Wear OS smartwatch with the latest internals.
In addition to the faster processor, the E3 boasts an SpO2 monitor for keeping an eye on your blood oxygen levels, alongside the typical array of Mobvoi apps including TicSleep, TicZen, TicBreathe.
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