AI corporate Mobvoi simply presented the most recent member to its maximum modest smartwatch line, within the TicWatch E3.

Like its predecessors, the E3 is a circular-faced smartwatch working Google’s Put on OS and aiming to function a well timed replace at the similar well-rounded recipe that the road is understood for, at a aggressive worth.

What units the E3 except for older entries in E collection and nearly all of the remainder of the smartwatch crowd is its adoption of Qualcomm’s newest and biggest wearable-focused chipset – the Snapdragon Put on 4100.

Regardless of the 4100 having being introduced roughly a yr in the past, smartwatch makers had been inexplicably reluctant to embody this tailored silicon on their next technological timepieces.

Mobvoi is one thing of a renegade on this regard, via being one of the most first producers to combine a Put on 4100 chipset into one among its smartwatches, with the release of the TicWatch Professional 3 again in September 2020 – 3 months after the SoC’s liberate.

The TicWatch E3 dietary supplements its succesful core with a bevvy of sensors, together with key options absent from 2019’s TicWatch E2, like NFC (for contactless bills).

Different tool and {hardware} highlights come with consistent middle charge, sleep, pressure and blood oxygen saturation tracking, in addition to IP68-certified mud and water resistance, GPS, an built-in microphone and speaker, and interchangeable straps.

The TicWatch E3 is to be had from 16 June to be had from Mobvoi’s personal web page and Amazon, for £179.99/€199.99/US$199.99.