Both watches received four main things to note: Waterproofing in the form of 5 ATM resistance, swim monitoring to go along with that water resistance, 30% battery increases, and both are now powered by Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipsets instead of dual-core MediaTek chips.
- A waterproof rating of 5 ATM (withstands the pressure of being submerged in water up to
50m), making it perfect for shallow swimming in the pool or surfing in the ocean
- Comes with a pre-loaded swim-monitoring mode to track your fitness progress in the water
- Increased 30% battery capacity from first generation improves battery life to between 1-2 days
on a single charge depending on usage
- Based on Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 platform
Both devices will be on sale shortly after CES, according to Mobvoi.
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