July 11, 2018
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This Mobvoi Smartwatch With A Month-Long Battery Life Is Now Available Online In Singapore

By Weijie Tan

Powered with Wear Os by Google™, the TicWatch Pro is one of the leading smartwatches with long-lasting battery life.

Now available online, the smartwatch was created by Mobvoi Inc., an artificial intelligence company backed by Google and Volkswagen. You can definitely trust this watch to be your handy pal!

Credit – Mobvoi Inc.

The TicWatch Pro has a battery life that can actually last from five to 30 days! You can also choose to alternate between Smart mode and Essential mode, or even switch the watch’s screen functionality for increased battery lifespan.

The Essential mode allows users to view the time and date, track your steps, and monitor your heart rate. Once you switch to Smart mode, the data will be synced. Alongside these battery conservation perks, the watch also has applications that are as up to date as its peers.

Credit – Mobvoi Inc.

Alternating between the modes also switches the watch face’s display from a low power FSTN (Film Compensated Super Twisted Nematic) LCD display to an OLED  (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) display. Techies should keep their eyes peeled for this unprecedented watch face technology!

If you’re planning on switching over from your classic analogue or digital watch, and you’re not sure which smartwatch to get, pick up a TicWatch. It’ll help you transition seamlessly with its long-lasting battery life.

It’s about time you got a smartwatch!

Dates: Available from 11 July 2018 onwards

Prices: S$239 (TicWatch E, available at selected Challenger outlets*), S$299 (TicWatch S, available at selected Challenger outlets*), USD$249.99 (approx. S$340) (TicWatch Pro, only available on Mobvoi’s online store)

Mobvoi TicWatch Line: Challenger Outlets | Website | Facebook

*Selected Challenger outlets: 313 Somerset, Ang Mo Kio Hub, Bugis Flagship Store, Bugis Junction, Causeway Point, Changi City Point, City Square, Clementi Mall, Compass One, Great World City, IMM Mall, JEM, Jurong Point, Junction 8, Lot 1, NEX, North Point, Parkway Parade, Plaza Singapura, Punggol Waterway Point, Raffles City, Suntec City, Tampines Mall, Tampines 1, VivoCity

Weijie Tan

Wei Jie is a hipster wannabe. He thinks that people who go to museums just to take photos for Instagram are really pretentious and mainstream; thus scavenging for the alternative places/ vintage clothing is his thing.