Amazon Listing Leak Shows TicWatch 3 Pro New Sleek Design and a Higher Price Tag

Qualcomm has been preparing its Snapdragon Wear 4100 chipset for the next generation of smartwatches. It is true that most of the Android watches support Snapdragon processors. The main problem has been that these processors have been underpowered. With the new Snapdragon Wear 4100, Qualcomm aims to change just that. One of the main users for this would be the upcoming TicWatch 3 Pro. We have seen a leak for the watch in an article on 9to5Google. According to the article, the watch may be coming out this October.

Now, going into the depth of the article and we see that there is an Amazon listing on the UK version of the website. Now, the article states, it doesn’t have much information on the upcoming device from Mobvoi. It did give some important information on the watch though. This includes how the watch looks and the price for the device.

For starters, the latest edition of the budget watch displays a new refreshed design. The writer of the parent article also adds how it is quite good to look at. It offers a minimalistic design with relatively smaller bezels. It is significantly thinner when it comes to the depth as well.

As for the price, the watch would be priced a bit higher this time. As the leak suggests, the listing showed a price of 299.99 Pounds Sterling. This is definitely more expensive than the previous model. Loosely translated and converted into USD we see a price of about $400. This would be quite a lot for the “budget” smartwatch maker. Logically speaking though, speculators agree that the watch would range from $300-350 tops. Let’s see since it is just about a month and a half away from its official release.


Sarmad Burki

Sarmad Burki is a Mathematician and a Economist with a passion for all things gaming and tech. His academics and professional experience combined with tech and gaming adds to his skills giving him a unique ability to observe the tech and gaming industry from various prespectives.
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