When Qualcomm first announced the Snapdragon Wear 4100 and Wear 4100+, there were rumours that the processor will be utilised by the TicWatch Pro 3. Indeed, the TicWatch Pro 3 has now gone official on Amazon UK store. The smartwatch is up for pre-order with a price tag of £399.99.
The product page contains renders of the smartwatch giving us an idea of the design as well as a few of the features. However, if ou are interested i getting one, you’ll have to wait until November 30, 2020 when it will be released.
Design-wise, the TicWatch Pro 3 adopts a similar deignthe style is still tough. It has the rugged look for which Mobvoi’s smartwatches are known. In addition, the watch has a dimension of 45.1 x 45.1 x 12.6mm.
In terms of core configuration, TicWatch Pro 3 will use the Wear 4100 processor as stated earlier. The new Snapdragon Wear 4100 utilises a more efficient and smaller 12nm processor compared to 28nm used by its predecessor. Qualcomm says this makes for a “significantly faster new processor.” It also brings 25% improvement in the battery life and there is equally a faster LPDDR3 memory. The processor features quad-core A53 processors clocked at 1.7GHz for 85% faster performance and the graphics is powered by the Adreno 504 GPU which is 2.5x faster. There is support for up to 16-megapixel cameras while a lower-power 4G LTE modem is also onboard.
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