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Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 3 now has an LTE variant in Europe

The recently unveiled Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 3 now has an LTE variant in Europe. The watch uses Vodafone’s OneNumber service.

The regular iteration was launched in September as the first smartwatch to pack the new Snapdragon Wear 4100 platform. This allows for faster and better performance, along with some other upgrades.

TicWatch Pro 3 packs the latest sensors which slap on for 24/7 stress tracking and blood oxygen saturation. The design has been kept largely the same, although the latest version is slightly thinner. All things considered, a nice upgrade over the predecessor making it one of the best WearOS devices around.

Mobvoi already have the TicWatch Pro 4G/LTE in their lineup. The device allows users to share their existing phone number on Verizon and conduct VoLTE voice calls without a smartphone. This also extends to SMS and use of messaging apps.

TicWatch Pro 3 LTE

Now we are getting the LTE/Cellular variant of TicWatch Pro 3. It takes across all the same specs of the regular edition, but with cellular connectivity. This plays nice with Vodafone’s OneNumber network in the UK, Germany and Spain. If you are already on this network, you can use your existing mobile number on the watch for data, minutes and text allowance.

Other connectivity features include Google Assistant, Cloud Synchronization, SOS Alerts and NFC Payments. You can take or make calls, respond to texts, stream music, find your phone get directions and more – all without your smartphone.

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The TicWatch Pro 3 Cellular/LTE is available on, Amazon and some Vodafone websites from today. You can pick it up for £329.99 / €359.99. It’s worth noting, the cellular functionality is currently limited to the UK, Spain and Germany.

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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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