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The Mobvoi TicWatch C2+ is a beefed up version with double the RAM

The Ticwatch C2 has received a mild update today. The main difference between it and its successor, the C2+, is that the memory has been doubled to 1GB of RAM.

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The stylish and sleek TicWatch C2 which was released towards the end of 2018. This is a nice looking, affordable watch which hosts an accelerometer, gyroscope and heart-rate sensor, as well as built-in GPS and NFC for Google’s payment service. Mobvoi has its own TicMotion and TicExercise apps to help track your fitness progress, and the watch is IP68 certified.

TicWatch C2+ is a new beefed up version with double the RAM
Image source: Mobvoi

Apart from the memory, pretty much everything else seems to be the same. The company has used, once again, the aging Snapdragon Wear 2100 chip and not the more energy-efficient Wear 3100. Hence, the battery life is still only around 1.5 days between charges.

Nevertheless, the timepiece should perform more smoothly now considering the boost in memory. The 1GB of RAM actually makes it the fastest budget Wear OS watch on the market. This amount of memory has pretty much become the gold standard for Wear OS watches as it offers good responsiveness.

The Ticwatch C2+ can be ordered from today for GBP £189.99 / EUR €209.99 / USD $209.99. The watch also comes with 2 additional watch straps, adding a black silicone and leather strap.

You can pick it up on Mobvoi’s website, as well as on Amazon (check price). Mobvoi is offering buyers a choice of three colors including: Onyx, Platinum and Rose Gold. Like previously – the first two are a bit larger and use a 20mm band, the last one is smaller and comes with a more discreet 18mm band.

You can get 10% off the purchase price by using code C2PLUS10. The offer is valid until June 30th.

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Ivan Jovin

Ivan has been a tech journalist for over 7 years now, covering all kinds of technology issues. He is the guy who gets to dive deep into the latest wearable tech news.

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