Mobvoi TicWatch S2 is now available in white for just $90 (50% off)

Mobvoi TicWatch S2 is now available in white for just $90 (50% off)
UPDATE: It appears that the 50% discount was a mistake from Mobvoi's part and the company made some changes to the pricing so that you'll only get a 5% discount with the code mentioned at the end of the article. However, at the time of the writing, the price of the TicWatch S2 in white was just $90, so if you managed to order one before Mobvoi changed the price, you should consider yourself lucky.

UPDATE1: Unfortunately, Mobvoi will not honor the sale prices, so if you ordered your TicWatch S2 while it was $90 off, you won't be getting it. Instead, you will get your money refunded and a 20% consolation discount on your next purchase.

Mobvoi has just announced a new white version of its popular TicWatch S2 smartwatch is now available for purchase in the US for half off. The white TicWatch S2 model retains all the features of the previous variants, but doesn't come with anything new, it's just a brand new color for one of Mobvoi best-selling smartwatches.

That being said, you can expect it to pack the same features as the black version, including the 1.39-inch AMOLED display with 400 pixels resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon 2100 chipset, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal memory, and built-in GPS.

Also, the smartwatch offers swim monitoring and analysis, fully automated activity recognition and 30% increased battery capacity from the first generation TicWatch smartwatch, which translates in about 2 days of battery life.

Mobvoi's TicWatch S2 features a waterproof rating of 5 ATM, which means that it withstands the pressure of being submerged in water up to 50 meters. The smartwatch is powered by Google's Wear OS and is made of polycarbonate.

More importantly, the so-called Glacier version of the TicWatch S2 is now on sale in the US for 90$ off. You just need to use the code S2GLACIER at check out and you'll be able to purchase it for just half the price.

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