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  • 【Updated Chipset, Better Experience】 Wear OS by Google smartwatch with the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100 Platform and Mobvoi dual processor system. 1G RAM and 8G ROM enable smoother performance and more precise interactions. NFC payment supports Google Pay.
  • 【New Model-Family Care】Allow you to track health data of multiple family members on the Mobvoi app and help you monitor the health of others you care about.
  • 【Upgraded 100+ Professional Workout Modes】TicWatch E3 keeps track of your real-time fitness and health data. More than 100 professional workout modes from activities like mountain climbing, swimming, and ice skating, to indoor cycling, pilates and high-intensity interval training (HIIT). NOTE: To get new workout modes, search for TicExercise and TicHealth in the Google Play Store and update both apps to the latest versions.
  • 【Advanced Health and Fitness Monitoring】With built-in GPS, speaker and microphone, barometer and 24-hour heart rate monitoring (empowered by a more accurate sensor ). Including Sleep Tracking, Stress Monitoring, Blood Oxygen Saturation Detection etc. Note: Send a text message (Android only), make a call (Android only).
  • 【Essential Mode & Battery Saving Screen】The Essential Mode kicks in automatically when the power percentage drops below 5 percent. Of course you can also set this mode yourself.

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    TicWatch E3 Smartwatch
    Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100 Platform and Mobvoi dual processor system
    TicWatch E3 Design

    TicWatch E3 SPECS

    Dimensions (mm) 44 x 47 x 12.6
    Weight About 32g
    Color Panther Black
    Watch case Polycarbonate and glass fiber
    Screen 2.5D glass
    Watch strap Silicone rubber (interchangeable), 20mm, Black
    Operating System Wear OS by Google
    Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100 Platform and Mobvoi dual processor system
    Memory RAM: 1GB / ROM: 8GB
    Display 1.3" High Density Display (360 x 360 px)
    Connectivity Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi:802.11b/g/n
    GNSS GPS + GLONASS + Beidou
    NFC Payments Google Pay
    Battery capacity 380mAh
    Waterproof rating IP68 Waterproof and Pool Swim Rating
    Sensors Accelerometer, Gyro Sensor, HD PPG Heart Rate Sensor, SpO2 Sensor, Low Latency Off-Body Sensor

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    4.0 out of 5 stars A good watch for the price.
    By Jerald L. Ovesen on June 30, 2021
    So I have a few smart watches. This is my 3rd WearOS watch. I had the original Huawei Watch, a mobvoi Ticwatch S2, and a Gen 4 Fossil Smart Watch. I also have a Garmin Instinct. Generally all of these watches have been compromises. The Huawei watch was built on a processor that quickly was forgotten and didn't get updates, but it was a very nice looking watch. The Mobvoi Ticwattch S2 had great durability but lacked a few features I wanted (NFC for payments for one) and was a little under-powered. The Gen 4 Fossil was nice looking and had 1GB of ram making it run a little smoother, but the processor was still kind of slow and it lacked an spO2 sensor (I have sleep apnea and am curious about that). Additionally due to weight some things with its design the Fossil Watch wasn't great for working out. (Doing push-ups, your going to hit those buttons a lot.) Another problem with all of these Wear OS watches is battery life. They all need daily charging given my use. My Garmin instinct needs to be charged every 2 weeks or so, but it doesn't have nearly the smart features (no NFC, no Assistant, no on the flay responses to notifications though there are preset quick replies for text).

    That brings us to this watch, The Mobvoi Ticwatch E3. This watch is essentially an update to my S2 which can be seen in the pictures beside the E3 (the E2 and S2 were basically the same watch with different casings). It has more RAM and the newest processor and it shows. This watch is smooth, quickly responds to Assistant request. This is only the second watch with this new processor and the other, the Mobvoi Tickwatch Pro3, is a $300 watch.

    It also has an improved screen, which can get brighter and looks great....aside from the bezel. On the S2 the design was a sportier watch design that while it had a chunky kind of bezel surround it made the screen actually all screen. The E3 has a large black ring around the watch face. I use watch faces with black backgrounds and it doesn't bother me much, but it may be something that others won't like the look of. This watch has 2 nice side pushers instead of the flat button on the S2. They are nice, but I haven't worked out with them yet to see if they will cause a problem. On my fossil watch it did seem like I mostly hit the center button on accident, so maybe these two offset buttons will be better. The Fossil watch has a rotating crown, which is a very nice way to navigate the system, this doesn't have that feature and I do miss it a little.

    Battery life is only slightly better that my other Wear OS watches. I get to the end of the day with about 25% and charge it before bed. It takes a little longer to charge (about 1 hour to go from 25%-100%) and uses a charger that connects a little awkwardly at the top next to the strap (see photo). It is important to note that my use is a lot for smart watches. I get nearly all my notifications set, I keep an always on (but dimmed) display because I like to be able to just see the time and for my watch to look like a watch. I do turn off lift to wake and touch to wake so I have to actually push the button to get the watch to full brightness. I use all day heart and on this watch spO2 monitoring. At night in bed, I turn on theater mode to turn off the screen completely. Tweaking these settings may get you longer battery life. In the 7 days I have had the watch I have run down to under 5% once. Then the watch enters an "essentials mode". It will continue to tell time, track steps, and a few other things for days in that mode as I understand it. The more expensive Ticwatch Pro 3 has a second low power LCD screen over the color screen you can use as your always on screen to really expand battery life, but that watch is $300. The essentials mode on this watch is similar to the on the pro 3, but without the low power screen. Battery life on this watch is a little better than other Wear OS watches, for me that is just over a day, your mileage may vary.

    Design wise, I wish Mobvoi had made an S3, as I am a little concerned I may scratch this watch's screen. The S2 had a recessed screen that felt a little better protected. Aside from that, this watch looks nice and is very light weight due to plastic build. I am fine with the plastic build, because it saves weight on what would be a heavy thick watch if it was a metal build This is the fastest, smoothest, best working Wear OS watch I have had. It may not be the nicest looking (that would be the fossil) but it works the best. And it does still look nice. The curved screen is good looking and feels good under the finger.

    I will say I have one worry about this watch, that is OS updates. My S2, which is just over a year old, has not had an OS update in a while, and the new version running on this new watch would be great on my S2. The updated tiles and app tray in the current version of wear OS is nice. Additionally Google and Samsung have announced they are working together to make Wear OS's next update, due likely near the end of this summer. So far Mobvoi has not announced that it will update this watch to the updated version of the OS, which makes me worry that my new watch could be outdated in just two months. It will continue to work, but over time apps and things will quickly not be supported.

    So this watch is a great watch, the only other wear OS watch that matches it's computing hardware is $100 more expensive (most of the time, it can be found on sale sometimes). This watch runs great and has all of the features I can think you might want. The battery life is a little better than older Wear OS watches, but it will likely still be a daily charger for most. It looks good, it light and comfortable to wear, and can be set bright enough to see in the sun. It's a really good watch for the money.
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Balanced
    Reviewed in Spain 🇪🇸 on June 30, 2021
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    Reviewed in Spain 🇪🇸 on June 30, 2021
    Esta es mi opinión acerca del dispositivo:

    Diseño: No dispone de ningún material de lujo, pero el plástico lo hace sentir ligero y preguntando a varias personas de mi entorno, lo ven bonito, he probado su resistencia dentro de una piscina, y todo correcto.

    Procesador: Creo que el apartado más destacado del reloj, se nota rápido, ligero y todo responde bien.

    Batería: Con mi uso (hice los test, realizando un par de llamadas de 5 minutos, con el brillo a nivel medio, leyendo notificaciones y con las opciones de registros de oxígeno y pulso activados), con esa configuración la batería se comportó de la siguiente manera:

    DÍA 1
    9:00 = 100%
    18:00 = 75%

    DÍA 2
    9:00 = 27 %
    17:25 = 0 %

    Software: Aquí sensaciones diferentes, las opciones del reloj predeterminadas funcionan bien, en gran parte gracias al procesador, por otra parte, falta solucionar varias traducciones tanto de la app como algunas opciones del reloj (como en el tiempo), también noté ciertos errores en la implementación del asistente de Google, comentar que durante mis pruebas se me actualizó un par de veces, así que parece que le están dando soporte.

    Pantalla: Aquí tenía un prejuicio claro, al no ser amoled pensaba que se vería mal, pero no es así ,la pantalla tiene calidad y se ve bien a pleno sol (he puesto una foto de ejemplo), está claro que hubiera sido un plus tener pantalla amoled y brillo automático, aún así , satisfecho con este apartado.

    Opinión Global: Creo que es un buen dispositivo, claro está que hubiera rozado la perfección con una pantalla amoled , brillo automático y unos materiales más premium, pero me he sentido cómodo con el dispositivo y creo que si van mejorando algo el software es una compra recomendable

    This is my opinion about the device:

    Design: It doesn't have any luxury material, but the plastic makes it feel light and asking several people around me, they see it nice, I have tested its resistance inside a pool, and all correct.

    Processor: I think the most outstanding section of the watch, it feels fast, light and everything responds well.

    Battery: With my use (I did the tests, making a couple of 5 minute calls, with the brightness at medium level, reading notifications and with the options of oxygen and pulse records activated), with that configuration the battery behaved as follows:

    DAY 1
    9:00 = 100%
    18:00 = 75%

    DAY 2
    9:00 = 27 %
    17:25 = 0 %

    Software: Here different sensations, the default clock options work well, largely thanks to the processor, on the other hand, lacking to solve several translations of both the app and some clock options (as in time), I also noticed certain errors in the implementation of the Google assistant, comment that during my tests the watch was updated a couple of times, so it seems that they are giving support.

    Display: Here I had a clear prejudice, not being amoled I thought it would look bad, but it is not so ,the screen has quality and looks good in full sun (I have put an example photo), it is clear that it would have been a plus to have amoled screen and automatic brightness, still , satisfied with this section.

    Overall Opinion: I think it is a good device, it is clear that it would have bordered on perfection with an amoled screen, automatic brightness and more premium materials, but I felt comfortable with the device and I think if they are improving something the software is a recommended purchase.
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    3.0 out of 5 stars Seems decent but it doesn't hold up to...well, anything
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    5.0 out of 5 stars A less expensive alternative to TicWatch Pro 3 GPS
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on July 10, 2021
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    5.0 out of 5 stars A less expensive alternative to TicWatch Pro 3 GPS
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on July 10, 2021
    This is the younger brother of TicWatch Pro 3 GPS with same hardware except the dual display and with a smaller battery (that makes it feel lighter actually) that lasts 1 day and a half in my case. If you are willing to skip the premium features like the AMOLED – LCD display (Gorilla glass) for the LCD (Glass fibre) rounded edge display (with smaller resolution) and to swap the posh strap for a black (comfortable though) silicone one while the case of the watch has a nice gun metal like colour (polycarbonate) while saving about £100 this is the right choice. I can confirm that the Qualcomm Snapdragon wear 4100 processor does a good job as the watch is snappy, so responsive with whatever you ask and provided you are connected to a fast speed internet, the assistants Alexa and Google Assistant (default) are prompt to reply. I like it a lot and because one of the reasons I bought is that I can’t wear my phone in my pocket all the time at work so it is nice to be able to answer from my wrist to the phone calls and the messages I receive on my phone while monitoring other notifications as well and I noticed that the letters on the display are slightly larger than on the Pro 3 GPS version making it even more easy to read even emails if I install Outlook on my watch. The GPS locks fast and I like that it can be used with Google Maps watch App. Another feature that I like is the NFC sensor that allows me to use Google Pay with this watch. I like the sensors that come with it, particularly the SpO2 one although I use the heart / pulse sensor as well that come very handy when tracking my sleep. The Mobvoi Sleep App seems to be improved (update/fix) but now I am addicted to Sleep as Android App and actually this watch helps monitoring the Heart Rate Variability with the above version App. For the people that still think that the TicSleep App has not been improved a lot, that is a nice alternative. Anyway, this is a Smart Wearable not a medical device. and I am happy with my E3 watch the way it is. In the pictures above one can see both E3 (left side) and Pro 3 GPS version (right side) - multiple watch faces also available to download either from Mobvoi or Google Play Store. In the example above for sleep monitoring I used Sleep as Android App.
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Almost the perfect essential Wear OS smart watch
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on June 23, 2022
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Almost the perfect essential Wear OS smart watch
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on June 23, 2022
    The Ticwatch E3 is the smaller sibling of the Ticwatch Pro 3 and Pro 3 Ultra. It cuts back on some features, and a lot of the price. The question is, does it make all the right cuts? Or has it cut anything that makes the overshadows the cost advantage? Which is substantial, with the right deals, you can get the E3 for about half the price of the Pro 3 Ultra. I think, overall, it does manage to pull it off, perhaps with one quibble.

    Here is everything I like about the E3. Despite being all plastic and lightweight, it looks really quite good. It is elegant, where the Pro watches have rugged looks. It goes much better with a more formal attire, while the Pro watches are more at home with jeans. The strap is soft and supple, very comfortable, but shorter than the Pro straps. If you have thick wrists, you might consider swapping it out for a longer strap. Remember, these are 20mm straps, not 22mm, but they are still quick-release and easy to swap out. The back-side of the watch body looks very similar to the Pro watches, except with lots of printed information, which doesn’t matter, no one will see it. It takes the same charger as the Pro watches. The front has a big bezel, if you are spoilt by some other watches out there. But actually, the Pro watches have a wider bezel, they are just sort of masked by the crown dial. I would also strongly suggest a screen protector, as the screen can get scratched.

    The display is smaller and lower resolution, but even a complicated watchface with lots of detail still looks good and crisp, no issues there. The display can get bright enough for outdoor use, and there is a trick which is not immediately obvious. If you double-click the top function button, the screen gets brighter momentarily to enable to you view it better in direct sunlight. The ambient mode is dim, there is no getting around that. In sunlight, you can’t really tell that there is an ambient watchface on unless you look closely. But indoors it is quite clear. The 4100 CPU that powers this and the Pro watches is the best you can get for Android Wear and likely to remain so for some more years. So there is no fear of obsolescence here. And there is plenty of RAM and storage to keep the watch ticking along for some years at least.

    The tracking functions are about as good as you can expect from a watch that is not a dedicated fitness watch which also doubles as a semi-smart watch. Heart Rate tracking is fairly accurate and consistent with the Pro watches. Step counter works well and doesn’t terribly over or underestimate steps. There is a built-in stand-alone GPS so you are not relying on the watch for this. There are a large number of sport modes, automatic activity detection, and everything you have come to expect from a full-blow fitness tracker these days. You will quickly disable the automatic work-out or activity detection, as you will with any other watch, they are always too slow to detect the activity start and more often than not guess the activity wrongly. Someone working out with a fitness watch can surely find the energy to select the correct work-out manually.

    So all sounds great right? All the right compromises to keep the price down to just half of the Pro watches. So what is the one quibble? Simply put, battery life, which is way worse that half that of the Pro watches. The battery in the E3 is smaller than the Pros, and there is no secondary low-power ambient display. So if you have ambient display on, track heart rate and steps at in an active lifestyle, receive a good number of notifications and view the watch as a working professional or socially active person would, then it does not last for a full day. If you are planning to stay out late into the evening, or have a night out planned, then you are stuffed. A watch that doesn’t last 1 full day of active use could put some people off. However, if you turn off ambient display, then it will get you through a full day, so you do have an option at least. I just wish they had kept the same battery size as the Pro watches. That would have made this watch absolutely and totally recommendable. Now, I would only recommend it with one caveat – think about how you will use it, and if you need both an ambient mode and an all-day (say 20 hour) active battery life, because you won’t get both. Other than this one thing, I think it is the perfect entry-level WearOS smartwatch that will satisfy a vast majority of people. If you can remember to put it to charge every night, you will get everything you need from a smart-watch and competant fitness tracker for just a bit over 100 quid.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars El mejor wear os calidad precio
    Reviewed in Spain 🇪🇸 on July 10, 2021
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    5.0 out of 5 stars El mejor wear os calidad precio
    Reviewed in Spain 🇪🇸 on July 10, 2021
    Es lo más parecido al reloj de la manzana dentro del mundo Android.

    No voy a hablar de las cosas que tiene (las especificaciones las puede ver cualquiera) si no de mi experiencia de usuario durante 2 semanas.

    - Como reloj, se ve elegante, puede servir tanto para hombre como para mujer (a lo mejor un poco grueso, si tienen la muñeca pequeña), las correas son de 20 mm, yo hubiera usado de 22 mm que lo veo más genérico para estos relojes. Pero no se nota pesado se lleva muy cómodo incluso para dormir.
    En la caja solo hay una correa de silicona de color negro, se ve resistente y combina perfectamente, aunque yo le he comprado una de color amarillo que para hacer deporte queda genial. Pero esta no viene en la caja.

    - Como smartwatch, para mí lo más destacable es la fluidez, que siempre se alaba del teléfono de la manzana, pero este reloj lleva el último y más potente procesador para este tipo de relojes. Esto se traduce, como se ve el video que he colgado, que la fluidez y rapidez para moverse por los menús y ejecutar aplicaciones sea una maravilla.
    No sé si es también por el procesador, he probado otros relojes con wear OS, pero tanto Alexa como el Asistente de Google, van más rápido.
    Lo mejor de wear os, quien lo haya usado, es la capacidad de poder gestionar las notificaciones e instalar aplicaciones.
    No podemos instalar WhatsApp, pero puedes gestionar todas las notificaciones que te lleguen, esto es algo de lo que más uso. Puedes contestar usando el teclado del reloj, o lo más cómodo, el teclado por voz de google que escribe perfectamente lo que hablas y puedes contestar tu mensaje si necesidad de abrirlo en el teléfono.
    También puedes archivar, eliminar y gestionar email y ver tus sms y cualquier notificación de aplicaciones Android que lleguen a tu teléfono.
    Algo que yo uso por lo como que es son los pagos por NFC con el reloj, es muy fácil de configurar y funciona perfectamente. No tienes que sacar ni la tarjeta ni el teléfono para pagar en cualquier comercio.

    - Batería, tema que muchos no entienden: Si quieres una pulsera o reloj que dura 15 días o más, que solo sirve para ver información este no es tu reloj. Pero si quieres poder contestar notificaciones desde el reloj e instalar aplicaciones como spotify, google fit, o como es mi caso X-drip (aplicación para ver datos de los niveles de glucemia que llegan a mi teléfono en el reloj), este reloj es el tuyo, pero todos los relojes que pueden hacer todas estas cosas pagan un precio, no les dura la batería más de un día y medio máximo dos, de momento es imposible, el problema no es del reloj sino del sistema operativo que llevan que consume mucha energía. Pero tarda poco tiempo en cargarse cosa que es de agradecer.

    En resumen ahora mismo de lo mejor del mercado para un wear os.
    A mejorar:
    - Batería, ya lo he explicado no es problema del reloj si no del sistema operativo.
    - Pantalla, aún no me ha pasado pero la pantalla parece que se puede rallar fácilmente. Tiene un tacto muy bueno y su forma hace que sea súper sencillo moverte por todas las aplicaciones del teléfono, pero eso hace también que este más expuesta a los golpes o roce y eso hace que se más fácil que se ralle. Yo le compraría un protector de pantalla (hay varios para elegir).
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