Mobvoi just released the TicWatch C2, a sequel of the former TicWatch 2 Smartwatch. The wearable is a complete $200 package of a smartwatch, featuring WearOS as the main operating system, neat design, and some interesting features.
The TicWatch C2 has a 1.3-inch AMOLED screen with 360×360 pixels of resolution. The screen itself fits inside a small round case of 42.8mm. In a direct comparison with Samsung’s Galaxy Watch, the TicWatch C2 is nearly 4mm smaller than the Korean wearable.
The build is made of a stainless steel case, that measures 13.1mm or 12.8mm. The smaller version is the Rose Gold variant, due to the use of an 18mm strap, this variant is made especially for the female public. The other colors, Black and Platinum uses 20mm straps, which are made of genuine leather.
Among the features, the TicWatch C2 counts with GPS, Heart Rate Monitor, NFC for Google Pay. While the device has IP68 certification, that won’t be enough for swimming. However, we can’t have everything at an affordable price. Moreover, the wearable has support for Spotify service, and to tease this feature the company unveiled the TicPods Free truly wireless earbuds. The Earbuds can hold up to 18 hours of battery life and support fast charge.
While the TicWatch C2 retails for $200, the TicPods will be sold at the $130 price tag. Both devices will ship on December 6. Worth noting that for the TicPods the initial batch will be limited to 1,000 units per color.