TicWatch GTH Smartwatch

TicWatch GTH Smartwatch with Skin Temperature Sensor launched. This smartwatch features a 1.55-inch touchscreen TFT display, it runs RTOS software, instead of Google’s Wear OS found on other TicWatch models. There is also a 24-hour heart rate and SpO2 monitoring, 24-hour skin temperature monitoring too. The company also claims that the watch can get 10 days of battery life. The smartwatch is listed at a price of Rs. 8,599, but it is currently available for purchase for Rs. 4,799. It comes in a single Black Raven colour option. 

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As for the watch itself, it comes with a 1.55-inch touchscreen TFT display. It gets Bluetooth v5.1 to connect to a smartphone and even packs a 260mAh battery that gives it up to 10 days of battery life. It even is 5ATM water-resistant. It measures 43.2×35.2×10.5mm.

The company has said that the watch currently has 14 sports modes — Outdoor run, Indoor run, Outdoor cycling, Indoor cycling, Rope Skipping, Swimming, Walking, Rowing, Freestyle, Gymnastics, Soccer, Basketball, Yoga, and even Mountain Climbing too. 24-hour heart rate, SpO2 (blood oxygen), and also the presence of skin temperature monitoring. 

Just like any smartwatch in this price range, this new smartwatch can also show phone notifications such as messages, alarms, social updates, etc. Tickwatch has also added the support to control music, get workout reminders, and locate their smartphone using the watch too. 

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By Madhav Banka

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