TicWatch Pro 4G stripped from the JerryRigEverything teardown

We know Mobovoi very well for wearable solutions equipped with WearOS operating system, made available to all users at affordable prices without sacrificing quality. Among the most popular and particular products of the Asian brand we find the TicWatch Pro 4G which introduces a real revolution in the field of WearOS smartwatches, which generally sin on the autonomy side, by engineering a double display, which if necessary allows you to switch from a display to colors to a monochrome LCD, emulating the old digital watches (Casio style). This solution allows us to save many mAh of battery, a brilliant solution that caught the attention of JerryRigEverything, which shows us what is hidden at the hardware level on this TicWatch Pro 4G.

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TicWatch Pro 4G stripped from the JerryRigEverything teardown

It starts right from the battery, a 415 mAh unit, a value rather similar to what the competition offers, but as we said before, what improves the autonomy is the display, a double layer solution, which allows mixed use of get to 2 days of use, certainly not a record duration but certainly better than all the other WearOS solutions on the market, but the possibility of switching to a monochrome display means that the autonomy rises to 30 days. In fact, when using the color display, the AMOLED technology is exploited while with the monochrome vision an FSTN layer comes into play. Another peculiarity in favor of the Mobvoi smart watch is the use of a scratch-resistant glass to protect the two displays, very resistant despite the stresses of the JerryRigEverything cutter.

The youtuber to show us the technology used on TicWatch Pro 4G had to literally destroy the body of the watch, also leading to the destruction of the AMOLED panel, showing us only the FSTN layer which is actually poco visible since the acronym FSTN stands for the acronym Film Super Twisted Nematic, so on balance we find ourselves in the presence of an almost transparent screen, also because otherwise it would not be possible to see the AMOLED one placed below. We could define it as a sort of physical Always On Display, which only activates the pixels in black and white for low power consumption. Definitely interesting and that we can't wait to see it also used on other smartwatches.

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