The Ticwatch S is a good Android Wear watch for the price. We love Mobvoi’s suite of health apps, strengthened by the built-in GPS. The heart rate sensor is iffy, and we wouldn’t recommend this if you’re strictly looking for a sports watch, but otherwise Mobvoi has delivered a solid Android Wear experience with a flavor of its own.
Since the death of Pebble we’ve been holding out for a new cheap smartwatch hero. Can the Ticwatch S take the mantle?
Ok, so the Ticwatch E is actually cheaper of Mobvoi’s two new watches, and if you’re looking for an Android Wear watch that won’t break the bank, be sure to check out our full review. The Ticwatch S is the sportier model (hence the S) costing $40 more, though in many ways it’s the same smartwatch.
There are a few differences to be aware of, however. Both also mark Mobvoi’s Android Wear debut, replacing what was a proprietary OS. Was the switch worth it? We’ve been living with the Ticwatch S for a couple of weeks to find out. Here’s the full verdict.
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