The TicWatch Pro 4G/LTE was released yesterday and there are a few things to take note of with this new edition. The TicWatch Pro 4G/LTE keeps the reputation of strong battery life and adds cellular connectivity. More details, specs, and availability please keep reading.
The best feature, in my opinion, is the cellular connectivity. But to take it a step further, this is compatible with Verizon. The Verizon element shows the growth of TicWatch and how the company is becoming a main competitor in the smartwatch market.
Long battery life is a reputation TicWatch has been known for and this time they are looking to keep that good word going. They claim the watch will last for two days on smart mode.
Google – Google Pay and Assistant are built into the watch.
Premium design. Thinner and lighter²
Built to impress and last, with a knurled stainless-steel bezel and MIL-STD-810G durability.
IP68 + pool swimming suitable³
IP68 rating for water & dust resistance. Supports swimming in shallow waters.
TicMotion™ proactive motion tracking
Self-prompted motion tracking records your health and fitness activity.
4hr heart rate monitoring⁴
Detailed visualizations of your health for up to 7 days, and extreme heart rate alerts in real time.
$279 USD 398.99 ($119.99 off) + Free TicHome Mini
Customers will be able to activate the 4G/LTE feature in early August. Until then, all other features on the TicWatch Pro 4G/LTE can be used through Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connection.
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