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Mobvoi cuts prices on TicWatch line-up

Mobvoi has cut prices on the most popular devices in its smartwatch range. Customers can get great deals when purchasing select devices in the TicWatch line-up on Amazon and Mobvoi’s official website.

Essential reading: Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 4G review, a great Wear OS watch now with LTE

We published our review earlier this year on the company’s latest smartwatch. TicWatch Pro 4G allows users to share their existing phone number on Verizon and conduct phone calls without a smartphone. This also extends to SMS and use of messaging apps.

As far as Wear OS smartwatches go, the TicWatch Pro 4G is one of the best options out there. Mobvoi has doubled the RAM from the predecessor device which makes a huge difference in response time of the operating system. Everything now works well, users get a smooth and entirely lag-free experience, unlike some other Wear OS watches.

Mobvoi enables cellular functionality on Ticwatch Pro 4G, first look

The device still comes with the clever duel-layer screen. One is a full colour OLED, which switches seamlessly to a transparent FSTN LCD when not in use. This provides an always-on experience and excellent readability in the bright summer sun. It also helps to extend battery life (up to a full month in Essential Mode).

As you can tell, it is no secret we’re big fans of this timepiece. The non-cellular variant of TicWatch Pro normally retails for $250, but you can purchase it now for $187. It’s available both on Mobvoi’s website and Amazon.

Some other devices in the TicWatch lineup can also be picked up at a discount. Once again, you can get them on and Amazon. This includes the TicWatch S2 $135 (normally $180), TicWatch E2 $120 (normally $160) and TicWatch C2 $150 (normally $200). Introduced earlier this year, all of these are popular choices with Wear OS lovers.

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Marko Maslakovic

Marko founded Gadgets & Wearables in 2014, having worked for more than 15 years in the City of London’s financial district. Since then, he has led the company’s charge to become a leading information source on health and fitness gadgets and wearables.

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