Verizon to start selling the TicWatch Pro smartwatch soon
The move hasn't been made official yet, but the folks over at Digital Trends spotted a page that mentions a new TicWatch Pro “Powered by Verizon.” The page has been removed in the meantime, but we have a screenshot that confirms the information.
The new TicWatch Pro is likely to be an upgraded version of the regular model, which lacks LTE support. However, the rest of the features are expected to remain the same, so here is a quick rundown of what the TicWatch Pro has to offer in terms of hardware, in case you're considering one.
First off, the TicWatch Pro promises up to 30 days of battery life, but only when the black-and-white LCD screen is in use. Otherwise, users will get 3 to 4 days of battery life with the color AMOLED display in use.
The rest of the smartwatch's specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 2100, 512MB RAM, and 4GB storage. Also, the TicWatch Pro features NFC (Near Field Communications), heart rate monitor, and runs Google's Wear OS.
Currently, the TicWatch Pro is available for purchase at Mobvoi for $250, but the company is running a little bit of a sale, so you can save 10% if you use the FATHERDAY code at checkout.