The new TicWatch C2+ brings premium features to the masses

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The new TicWatch C2+ brings premium features to the masses
Mobvoi, the company behind the TicWatch brand, has just launched yet another smartwatch powered by Google's Wear OS, the TicWatch C2+. As the name suggests, this is an improved version of the TicWatch C2 that the company launched a couple of years ago.

For starters, the new smartwatch comes with double the memory packed inside the TicWatch C2, which means it should offer better performance and a smoother experience. Besides the 1GB RAM, the TicWatch C2+ has a 1.3-inch AMOLED display and a 400 mAh battery that should offer up to 2 days of usage.

TicWatch C2+ is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor and features all the connectivity options that one would expect from a premium smartwatch (although it's not), including NFC (Near Field Connectivity), built-in GPS, gyroscope, accelerometer, and a heart-rate monitor.

It's also IP68-certified, which means the TicWatch C2+ is protected for both fitness use and everyday scenarios since it's sweatproof and waterproof. Google Assistant support is another benefit of owning a TicWatch C2+, along with Mobvoi's proprietary TicMotion and TicExercise apps that will have all your activity tracked and recorded.

Unlike the original model, the TicWatch C2+ comes with two watch straps, adding a black silicone and leather strap. The smartwatch is now available for purchase in three colors – Rose Gold, Onyx (black), and Platinum (silver). You can find it on Amazon or Mobvoi's official store for just $210.

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