TicWatch Pro 5 Is Coming for Apple Watch Ultra With Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1


TicWatch Pro 5

So, there have been quite a lot of investments in the development of Wear OS. But even with all that, watches such Samsung Galaxy Watch and Pixel Watch could only make a tiny dent against Apple Watch. At least, that is what the market performance reports suggest. However, Mobvoi appears to be all ready to shake things up with the TicWatch Pro 5.

Now, the TicWatch Pro 5 coming with Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 is nothing new. That info has been floating around since July of last year. But since then, we did not really have new information about the smartwatch. Well, some errant uploads of the device have just popped up on the Canadian Amazon product page. And it, along with a Reddit leak, showcased how powerful the upcoming smartwatch will be.

Core Specs and Features of Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 5 Revealed

From the latest leak, it seems quite apparent that the TicWatch Pro 5 will pack the latest Wear OS 3. It will also boast the much-talked-about Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 chipset and a large 611mAh battery. Alongside that, the Amazon.ca listing gave us a glimpse of the design.

TicWatch Pro 5 Snpadragon

Unlike the TicWatch Pro 3, the TicWatch Pro 5 will come with a single crown. In addition, it seems that Mobvoi has opted for a much slimmer body. That’s pretty much everything about the specs that the errant uploads on Canadian Amazon had to offer. And soon after Amazon noticed its mistakes, everything was cleaned up.

TicWatch Pro 5 Screen

Fortunately, a Reddit thread doubled down on the leak and gave us more info about the upcoming smartwatch from Mobvoi. According to the pictures from Reddit, the TicWatch Pro 5 will come with a 1.43-inch hybrid OLED and ESTN display. It will be a 400p panel with a familiar user-customizable backlight coloring feature.

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TicWatch Pro 5 Heart Rate

For protection and durability, Mobvoi has gone for Corning Gorilla Glass on the TicWatch Pro 5. It will also boast MIL-STD-810H durability and 5ATM water immersion ratings. So, you can expect the smartwatch to easily tackle harsh outdoor conditions.

The smartwatch will feature Bluetooth 5.2 and WiFi 4 for connectivity. There is also a barometer and compass feature with variation global location tracking radios. Also, the TicWatch Pro 5 will come with a built-in speaker and mic, which should smoothly handle on-the-go phone calls. You also have NFC with Google Wallet support.

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TicWatch Pro 5 Features

As with other high-end smartwatches, the TicWatch Pro 5 has round-the-clock biometrics and athletic performance tracking features. That includes VO2 Max, sleep tracking, heart rate monitor, stress, SpO2, and other stats.

Battery, Storage, and RAM

When it comes to battery life, the seemingly 611mAh battery will be able to offer up to 80 hours of runtime. TicWatch Pro 5 also has a fast charging feature that can fill up the battery to 65% in just 30 minutes. Therefore, you will not need to worry much when the smartwatch runs out of juice.

TicWatch Pro 5 battery

Mobvoi has packed up the TicWatch Pro 5 with appealing storage and RAM too. It comes with 2GB of RAM And 32GB of storage. In comparison, that’s double the RAM and quadruple the storage of the Pro 3. But just like the other Pro smartwatches from Mobvoi, the Pro 5 will be a hefty device.

From what the leaks suggest, the TicWatch Pro 5 will be chunkier at 50.15 x 48 x 12.2 mm. And when it comes to weight, the leaks suggest that it will be 44.35 grams. That said, the only thing that didn’t show up was the price. But we believe that will leak pretty soon. And when it does, we will get you updated.

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