TicWatch GTX Smartwatch powered by Wear OS costs just $59.99

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TicWatch GTX Smartwatch running on Google’s Wear OS released; Will cost just $59.99 and run for 10 days on a single charge

If you are a smartwatch aficionado, here is something to cheer about. Here is a brand new smartwatch that is very affordable and it runs on the Google’s latest version of Wear OS. The smartwatch maker, Mobvoi has unveiled its latest TicWatch GTX Wear OS-powered smartwatch.

What makes TicWatch GTX interesting is that it will just cost you $59.99 and will last up to 10 days on a single charge. The TicWatch GTX is powered by an RLC8762C chipset. The TicWatch GTX’s default configuration can make the battery can last up to 7 days in the fully working mode. You can, however, enable the battery saving mode to make it last for another 3 days.

Features of TicWatch GTX

As with all the smartwatches, the TicWatch GTX comes with 14 workout modes, 24/7 heart rate tracking, an IP68 rating, music streaming, sleep tracking, and Bluetooth 5.0. The TicWatch GTX comes with IP68 Water and sweat proof certification. However, this Mobvoi smartwatch doesn’t have a GPS sensor or microphone and a speaker.

TicWatch GTX has a 1.28-inch TFT display and comes with personalized smartwatch faces to suit your fashion sense.  It also includes an accelerometer that you can tilt to wake the smartwatch from sleep. The smartwatch is made from metal and comes with two side buttons for easy input. The TicWatch GTX is available only in Black color.

As said above, the TicWatch GTX is for those who are looking for an entry-level smartwatch. While the TicWatch GTX is priced at just $59.99, the company is giving a launch discount for today and you can get the smartwatch fo $53.99.

If you are interested in buying this smartwatch, kindly visit the Mobvoi website here. The company has promised delivery within the first week of September 2020.

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