The team of Ticwatch 2 has unveiled Ticwatch S and E, two new smartwatches powered by Android Wear. Want to learn more about the wearables? Let’s keep checking.
Ticwatch S (Sport) and Ticwatch E (Express) are two fully featured and budget friendly smartwatches with Android Wear 2.0 OS. The watchcase of Ticwatch Express measures 44mm diameter by 13.55mm thick, and it weighs 41.5g. The smartwatch shows off a translucent casing design a x interchangeable watch bands. The Ticwatch S has a bigger watchcase that measures 45mm diameter by 13mm thick, and its unibody design delivers smooth and elegant contours. Multiple optional colors allow them to match different personal styles.
Both smartwatches come equipped with built-in GPS modules, and the GPS of Ticwatch S is integrated in its watchband for superior GPS accuracy. Meanwhile, Ticwatch S and E also feature built-in fitness tracker and heart rate monitor. With the help of Tic Fit app, Google Fit and other fitness apps, the smartwatches always track your heart rate, steps, calories burned, distance traveled, nutrition intake, workout route and more.
The smartwatches wirelessly communicates with your smartphone, so the notifications from the phone can be displayed on the 1.4-inch OLED display with 400×400 resolution and 287dpi, and multi-touch control lets you easily control your Ticwatch. Using Google Assistant, you can effortlessly take notes by your voice. In addition, the two smartwatches are IP67 water and dust resistant, and built-in rechargeable battery offers over 48 hours of use between charges.
The team behind Ticwatch is raising fund for the two smartwatches on Kickstarter. You can pledge $119 for Ticwatch E ($139 for Ticwatch S). Both models were expected to be rolled out in November 2017.