Launched this week in China, the Mobvoi TicWatch GTH2 looks promising. This sporty tocante is once again designed to offer up to 10 days of autonomy while remaining affordable.
Mobvoi has launched its TicWatch GTH2 in China. Replacing the TicWatch GTH released last year, this new sports connected watch once again relies on a 260 mAh battery to offer up to 10 days of use. This autonomy does not change compared to last year, but remains very generous, from a stronger for a tocante sold at a very contained price.
In China, the Mobvoi TicWatch GTH2 is indeed available at 399 yuan, or just under 60 euros excluding tax. It is unknown for the moment if this new watch will arrive in France, but its predecessor had reached us. We therefore have high hopes that it will be the same this year.
The Mobvoi TicWatch GTH2 benefits from an interesting technical sheet and offers a dial 10% larger than in the past. We thus pass on a 1.72 inch screen amounting to 356 by 400 pixels. The latter is covered with a 2.5D tempered glass plate, while the dial is once again made of metal. The TicWatch GTH2 can also count on an IP68 certification allowing it to be completely submerged.
For the rest, Mobvoi announces Bluetooth 5.2 and Bluetooth dual-mode compatibility for clearer calls and better stability. Receiving messages on the watch is also relevant, as is support for voice commands. The GTH2 can finally display more than 100 watch faces for extensive customization.
In terms of sports activities, the GTH2 offers more than 100 exercise modes and relies on a full suite of sensors to track your workouts. In particular, there is a PPG sensor to measure heart rate, blood oxygen saturation, pressure and respiratory rate.
A built-in temperature sensor can also monitor body temperature in real time, points out GizmoChina. The TicWatch GTH2 finally allows sleep monitoring boosted with AI (system developed internally by Mobvoi) to analyze the quality of sleep during the night.
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