There’s no information on if or once the TicWatch Pro 3 LTE will land in america or Australia, but considering that the standard design did it’s definitely possible, and when it can we’d expect you will be charged significantly less than those cost conversions above suggest.
In the areas where it’s available its cellular connectivity depends on the Vodafone OneNumber network, something which allows you to talk about your cellular number and allowances across devices. The TicWatch Pro 3 LTE just switches from Bluetooth to cellular as soon as you’re out of selection of your telephone, and you’ll nevertheless get all of your notifications even though you keep your mobile phone at home.
For a lot of this is an extremely useful addition, however, in all the respects, this is actually the same watch because the standard TicWatch Professional 3.
That means you get the high-end Snapdragon Wear 4100 chipset, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, a heart rate monitor, a SpO2 sensor, water-resistance, 10 workout modes, automatic workout detection. There’s also a 577mAh battery, which promises up to 72 hours of life, or around 45 days if you switch to Essential Mode (which removes a lot of the smart features).
Interestingly, those are exactly the same battery existence estimates as you’ll find on the standard model, but we’d assume that in practice it probably won’t last as long if you’re making regular use of the LTE features.
In any case, aside from a slightly unintuitive interface and iffy sleep tracking, we were impressed by the TicWatch Pro 3, giving it four stars in our review, and praising its snappy performance, crisp screen, and long-lasting battery.
So if you like the sound of that, and want LTE on top, you can pick up the TicWatch Pro 3 LTE direct from the makers at Mobvoi.com, or from Amazon or even Vodafone.