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TicWatch E3: New smartwatch planned running Wear OS

A TicWatch E3 render discovered by XDA Developers. (Image source: Mobvoi)
A TicWatch E3 render discovered by XDA Developers. (Image source: Mobvoi)
Mobvoi is not stopping with the TicWatch GTH, which it released this week. Instead, the company also plans to launch the TicWatch E3, a smartwatch that will run Wear OS. The TicWatch E3 has a round watch face, slimmer bezels than the E2 and two physical buttons.

Mobvoi has just launched the TicWatch GTH, but it seems that the company is on the verge of releasing another smartwatch. This time, it is a successor to the TicWatch E2, a smartwatch that Mobvoi launched almost two years ago. It is unknown when Mobvoi will unveil the TicWatch E3, although XDA Developers asserts that it will run Wear OS.

Nonetheless, XDA Developers has found references to the TicWatch E3 in the Mobvoi app. So far, all we have to go on is a render, which suggests the TicWatch E3 will look a lot more modern than its predecessor. Mobvoi has stuck with a round display for the TicWatch E3, albeit one that appears to have slimmer bezels than those on the TicWatch E2.

However, it is unclear how large the TicWatch E3 will be. Mobvoi smartwatches tend to be on the large side though, so we would not be surprised if the TicWatch E3 stretched to 46 mm or 47 mm. The TicWatch E3 also has two physical buttons, rather than the one with which it equipped its predecessor.

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Alex Alderson, 2021-04-15 (Update: 2021-04-15)