Finally, the owners of the TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra, TicWatch Pro 3, and TicWatch E3 have a reason to put smiles on their faces. Mobvoi, The maker behind these three smartwatches, has finally given a reason: a delay in rolling out Wear OS 3. Despite recent explanations, TicWatch users must wait longer for the next software update.
Why are TicWatch users experiencing a delay in getting the Wear OS 3 update?
As seen by Gizchina Via Mobvoi’s official Twitter Page. The company claims that TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra, TicWatch Pro 3, and TicWatch E3 use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 4100 processors. At the same time, the three TicWatch series also feature exclusive Mobvoi parts responsible for the low power consumption functions of the smartwatches. These allow various features, Eg, secondary LCD screen power supply, which are crucial to the workings of the three-match series.
Several software updates and debugging have forced the maker to perform. This ensures the in-house components are matched with the Wear OS 3 update. Users with Mobvoi TicWatch smartwatches will have to wait a little longer. Mobvoi has not clarified the specific timeline for deploying Wear OS 3 on the affected TicWatch devices. The update might come in the third quarter of 2023, but there’s no official confirmation yet.
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What Is the Solution for the Wear OS 3 delay?
To better meet the needs of its users, particularly those who use TicWatch and have been affected. Mobvoi plans to start rolling out the beta phase of Wear OS 3 on its smartwatches soon. As soon as the update arrives, users can try out the new features that come out with the expected software update.
Moreover, we need to remember that already the competition is watching closely. Companies like Fossil have delivered the Wear OS 3 update to their devices, such as the Fossil Gen 6. For sure, circumstances like this will pressure Mobvoi to keep up with the latest trends in the industry. It will be interesting to see how things fold up in the coming weeks and how Mobvoi will ensure a smooth and timely update release for their TicWatch users.
Wear OS 4 Already Knocking?
In another exciting news. Today marks the date for Google’s highly-anticipated I/O event. We expect to see various new Gadgets and expect the announcement of the next version of Wear OS, Wear OS 4. Already Mobvoi is a little too late, and they need to catch up, given that the Wear OS 4 software update is close