TicWatch E3 Review: A Powerful (But Plastic) $199 Smartwatch

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Published on 16 Jun 2021, 16:21
Samsung; Fossil; Motorola. These are the names that come to mind when you think about non-Apple smartwatches (with occasional cameos by other classics like Casio, Citizen and Montblanc). In this crowded establishment, the name “Mobvoi” doesn’t exactly stand out. But with its new TicWatch E3, the nine-year-old Beijing-based, Google-backed company has delivered something none of those other brands yet has: a smartwatch with silicon powerful enough to run very well today … and hopefully, tomorrow. Join Michael Fisher for a look at the second Snapdragon 4100-powered smartwatch to hit the Wear OS scene, in MrMobile's TicWatch E3 Review!


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MrMobile's TicWatch E3 Review was produced following ten days with a TicWatch E3 review sample provided by Mobvoi and tested in Brooklyn NY with a Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G. Preproduction sample running pre-release software.

MrMobile does not accept compensation from the manufacturers of the products he reviews in exchange for producing content. No payment was provided and no manufacturer or carrier was afforded a preview or copy approval rights concerning this review.


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TicWatch E3 Online Store [Mobvoi]:
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