The TicWatch Professional 5 might vastly differ in design from its predecessor

Supply: Mobvoi

The TicWatch Professional collection from Mobvoi has been a standout for Put on OS, owing to its premium expertise at an inexpensive value level. The following mannequin might proceed that development as a leak from final yr claimed that the TicWatch Professional 3’s successor would run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon W5+ chipset for wearables and boast 50% longer battery life. Mobvoi additionally teased the forthcoming TicWatch Professional mannequin with a textured rim versus the graceful one on the TicWatch Professional 3. We now have our first complete take a look at the next-generation TicWatch Professional 5 due to a newly leaked render.


Should you’re not conversant in why we’re skipping between TicWatch Professional 3 and 5, it stems from a common tetraphobia in most Asian cultures — the phrases for “4” and “dying” are homophones in lots of spoken dialects. With Mobvoi primarily based out of China, it is typically assumed we’ll be seeing a TicWatch Professional 5 come time for launch.

With that out of the way in which, leaks blogger Kuba Wojciechowski has shared a render of the supposed TicWatch Professional 5 which departs from the earlier mannequin in plenty of methods.

Should you personal a TicWatch Professional 3, it’s possible you’ll discover that one of many two crowns has been eliminated.

Beneath the hood, a couple of important adjustments are additionally anticipated. In line with Wojchiechowski, the smartwatch will run Google’s Put on OS 3, corroborating earlier rumors. It’ll even be one of many first merchandise to ship with the Snapdragon W5+, per the tipster. That is hardly shocking, seeing as Mobvoi (alongside Oppo) unveiled its first smartwatches primarily based on the brand new chipset final yr, across the similar time Qualcomm launched the Snapdragon W5 collection.

With the Snapdragon W5, Qualcomm has caught with the hybrid structure that has turn out to be customary for its wearable chipsets, stacking a major SoC with a smaller co-processor to deal with a spectrum of duties. Qualcomm has given its flagship wearable SoC a much-needed spec increase, together with a soar to a contemporary 4nm node, which guarantees improved uncooked efficiency.

Provided that the Snapdragon W5 collection is absolutely meant to make Put on OS 3 watches shine, the TicWatch Professional 5 might give most of the main smartwatches meant for Android customers a run for his or her cash when Mobvoi lastly ships its next-gen wearable machine.