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The release of a series of teasers by Mobvoi suggests that the long-awaited TicWatch Pro 5 debut is now on the horizon.
The “High Five Pro 5” campaign, which Mobvoi launched on Twitter, is a competition that will provide the winner with a free TicWatch Pro 5 – Mobvoi, unsurprisingly, confirmed the name on Twitter.
Share a pic of you and your smartwatch (it can be any brand)⌚️A stunning sunset, city view, or landscape… Pin the city, @ 2 friends and be sure to add #HighfivePro5 & follow us.
Post with most likes will be gifted a brand new TicWatch Pro 5 from today to May 23 EVERY DAY!!🎁 https://t.co/oSg7iRUKDI pic.twitter.com/73cTJRkg2T
— Mobvoi_Official (@Mobvoi_Official) May 14, 2023
Embracing the energy of Mexico City, where every corner tells a story of power and passion, inside and out. #HighfivePro5 pic.twitter.com/pc0454qXq8
— Mobvoi_Official (@Mobvoi_Official) May 15, 2023
Through the contest posts, Mobvoi has displayed the TicWatch 5 Pro from both the front and side, showcasing both its customary tough design and a redesigned power button and top button configuration reminiscent of Google’s Pixel Watch. Additionally, the business has a teaser on the home page of its website, but the link takes users to a faulty page right now.
Notably, the contest Mobvoi is holding will last until May 23, which seems to be the company’s projected release date for the watch. Although nothing is certain, that week appears to be a strong contender.
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Naturally, we already know almost everything there is to know about this smartwatch. The above-mentioned crystal-clear image and essentially every other aspect of the device were revealed through an Amazon leak late last month. The TicWatch Pro 5 will have the Qualcomm Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 processor, a 1.43-inch display with dual-layer technology from Mobvoi, 2GB of RAM, rapid charging, and all of the standard health sensors.
The pricing of the entire package is the only thing we are currently unsure of.