TicWatch GTH Pro: Mobvoi announces new smartwatch with advanced health-tracking features for US$99.99
Mobvoi has announced the TicWatch GTH Pro, a smartwatch that it teased late last month. As expected, the TicWatch GTH Pro supports Arty, a feature that is short for ArtyAge. As the name suggests, the TicWatch GTH Pro attempts to provide insights into the health of your arteries and heart, which it packages into an 'Arty Score'. Also, the TicWatch GTH Pro will offer tips as to how you could improve your artery and heart age over time.
Additionally, the smartwatch supports TruHR pulse tracking, eCAP exercise capacity and an HSX stress index, among other health-related features. Predictably, Mobvoi has included a SpO2 sensor, a 24-hour heart rate monitor and claims to have verified the smartwatch's water resistance to 5 ATM. While the smartwatch can track swimming, it lacks a GPS module. For reference, Mobvoi has pre-installed the TicWatch GTH Pro with 14 workout modes.
According to Mobvoi, the TicWatch GTH Pro has a 260 mAh battery that should last up to 10 days between charges. Unsurprisingly, Mobvoi caveats this claim by stating that 'battery life varies with use and other factors'. Unlike the TicWatch Pro 3 series, the TicWatch GTH Pro relies on an RTOS-based operating system. The smartwatch has a 1.55-inch IPS display too but no battery-saving secondary display.
The TicWatch GTH Pro is orderable now in the US, where it retails for US$99.99. Currently, Mobvoi only offers the smartwatch in a Meteorite Black colourway, which comes with a TPU 20 mm watch strap. Incidentally, the TicWatch GTH Pro is available in just one size that measures 43.2 x 35.2 x 10.5 mm. Mobvoi has not announced pricing in other regions yet, such as the Eurozone or the UK.