Mobvoi unveils two new Wear OS smartwatches, TicWatch E2 and S2

Mobvoi unveils two new Wear OS smartwatches, TicWatch E2 and S2
Mobvoi, the company mostly known for its affordable smartwatches, has just announced two new products at CES (Consumers Electronics Show) 2019, TicWatch E2 and S2. Both smartwatches will be available for purchase in the United States in the coming months for prices that will be disclosed closer to launch.

The sequels to the original TicWatch E and TicWatch S smartwatches, E2 and S2 pack Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipsets and offer better battery life than their predecessors. Also, they sport 1.39-inch AMOLED displays with 400x400 pixels resolution, built-in GPS, and heart rate sensor.

Both smartwatches are water resistant and pack 415mAh batteries inside. The fact that Mobvoi replaced the MediaTek processors with Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipsets will have an impact on the price, so we expect the TicWatch E2 and TicWatch S2 to be slightly more expensive than the original models.

Little else is known about Mobvoi's new smartwatches but anyone can sign up for updates since both the TicWatch E2 and TicWatch S2 now have dedicated pages on the company's website.



1. Cat97

Posts: 2022; Member since: Mar 02, 2017

Not bad. I would have expected Snapdragon 3100 but they seem to have the older 2100, probably because of price reasons. However, based on the recent reviews the 3100 battery endurance is just as bad as the 2100, "battery-focus" was just marketing, it is still a 28nm power-hog. I do like the 1.4 inch OLED screens, very nice, some of the largest available (Samsung Galaxy Watch only has an 1.2 or 1.3 inch screen which means )

2. TangoIndiaMike

Posts: 29; Member since: Jul 16, 2017

Why not use the 3100 if it’s available?? Out of date before it’s even launched!

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