Deal: Ticwatch E Wear OS Smartwatch $108.79 – Prime Day 2018


The Ticwatch E from Mobvoi is one of the best options to consider for those looking for a new Android-powered smartwatch as it is almost purpose-designed to be affordable coming in at $150 in the US. However, as part of Amazon's Prime Day celebrations that cost has been slashed by 30-percent, meaning it is now available to buy for only $108.79.

At this price, this really is one of the best smartwatches for those looking to give the platform a try as this is a Wear OS (formerly Android Wear)-powered smartwatch and comes running on the newer version – 2.0. In addition, the Ticwatch E features a circular 1.4-inch OLED display with a 400 x 400 resolution. RAM comes in at 512MB while storage is set at 4GB. This smartwatch comes powered by a MediaTek MT2601 processor and draws on a 300 mAh capacity battery – which is said to offer up to 48 hours of usage before it needs to be recharged. Not forgetting of course, an IP67 dust and water-resistance level, Bluetooth 4.1, and all the usual fitness tracking features you might expect, such as heart rate monitoring, calories burned, steps taken, hours slept, and more, are included.

Typically speaking, the Ticwatch E is available to buy in a number of colors, although that does not seem to be the case when it comes to this deal, as only the Shadow color option (shown above) is available at the lowest price. That said, all of the other color options are now showing a discounted price, just not quite as low as the Shadow color. Although Lemon is only about $0.50 more, coming in at $109.43.

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