Ticwatch Pro Review: It's Dual Screen Technology For You!
Exploring the Dual Screen Technology Ticwatch Pro.
A smartwatch is what we are going to talk about in this technology review from JustInReviews.
'Ticwatch Pro' is what it is called.
On the Design front:
The design highlights of this android watch can be said to be the following:
- It is an IP68 waterproof, yet not meant for the pool use.
- Appears to have a more premium quality, top-end design as compared to the earlier Ticwatch variants
- Said to have a handy strap design that blends both silicone and leather in terms of the material used
Screen, sorry its Screens!
It's not a single screen over here. The Ticwatch Pro has two screens stacked over each other!
The screen below measures a 1.39-inch, 400 x 400 pixel OLED screen that display's Google's Wear
OS, and at the top of it is situated a unique FSTN- Film compensated Super Twisted Nematic LCD
screen that displays the usual information you'd hope to find on Wear OS's Ambient display. It tends to
do as such while sipping in power, instead of swallowing it. At the point when utilized together in a
typical way, one cannot identify that there are two screens. They appear to be independent and not
affecting each other. You are left to believe that it's a solitary screen creating magic.
Thanks to the dual-screen latest technology.
Hardware Specifications and Performance:
- Comes with a 4GB of internal memory
- The watch is powered by a Snapdragon Wear 2100 chip-set with 512MB of RAM
- Currently, a LTE connection is absent, but it is said to soon appear in the newer version
For tuning in to your songs, you do have the option to connect to Bluetooth earphones the pairing was
found to be instant and easy with the association reported to be reliable. It makes use of 512MB of
RAM, and keeping in mind that it might sound insufficient in theory, it's sufficient to keep this watch
working including both its Smartwatch and Essential modes.
- Users found t