Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra leaks with a Snapdragon Wear 4100, a compass and over 20 workout modes
The TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra has leaked again courtesy of another Italian YouTuber. Last week, Andrea Galeazzi teased Mobvoi's upcoming smartwatch, during which he remarked that it featured the Snapdragon Wear 4100+, an SoC also found in the Fossil Gen 6. Now, AlexSmart has revealed more information that contradicts Galeazzi.
As the image below shows, Mobvoi has equipped the TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra with a Snapdragon Wear 4100, the same SoC it uses in the TicWatch E3 and TicWatch Pro 3. Apparently, Galeazzi was using Mobvoi's short-lived and ill-conceived marketing term 'Snapdragon Wear 4100+' which it has since changed to 'Snapdragon Wear 4100 Platform and Mobvoi dual processor system'.
Based on the image republished on r/WearOS, the TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra only offers minor refinements from last year's TicWatch Pro 3. Battery life remains at 72 hours or 45 days in Essential Mode, for example, albeit this is much longer than competing smartwatches offer. Mobvoi will market the TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra as being MIL-STD-810G compliant too, a claim for which it does not need to provide any proof. The TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra also contains double the workout modes that its predecessor has, although this is largely a software refinement than anything else.
Additionally, the retail box describes that the TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra has a compass though, something lacking in the TicWatch Pro 3. Other functionality like Mobvoi's Dual Display, SpO2 monitoring, heart rate tracking and GPS remains, as well. Seemingly, many of the differences between the Pro 3 Ultra and Pro 3 will be cosmetic, including a lighter-coloured case and a ridged display edge. Unfortunately, it remains unclear when Mobvoi will announce the TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra, nor how much it will cost.