Mobvoi has unveiled the TicWatch C2, a Wear OS smartwatch joining the company’s previously launched TicWatch models. The new offering features a combination of stainless steel and genuine leather, as well as classy designs and various color options. According to the maker, the rose gold version of the TicWatch C2 is Mobvoi’s thinnest smartwatch to date, this one designed specifically for slim wrists.
The Mobvoi TicWatch C2 is an attractive alternative to sporty, bulky, or otherwise obvious smartwatches, giving buyers something they can wear with formal attire. The model joins Mobvoi’s previous TicWatch Pro smartwatch.
The new TicWatch C2 is offered in platinum, black, and rose gold colors, the latter variant being extra thin for slimmer wrists. All three versions of the C2 include NFC for mobile payments from the wearable device, as well as “full health” functions and support for fitness tracking. The model is also compatible with smart assistants like Google Assistant.
The company plans to offer its TicWatch C2 starting in December, though it can be preordered from the maker’s website now for $199.99 USD. In addition to the new Wear OS product, Mobvoi is also now offering its TicPods Free truly wirelessly earbuds for purchase. The model was crowdfunded earlier this year and can be bought from the maker’s website for $129.99 USD.