TicWatch C2 Plus is essentially the same specs and design and the same Wear OS experience of TicWatch C2 due to higher performance and an additional gym strap to take better advantage of its fitness features.
Just a glance
This is a brand new TicWatch C plus with an efficient wear OS by Google.
Now this new version of the C2 brings you double the RAM, and an ip68 waterproof rating.
which means a noticeable boost in navigation through the system menus, with a lag free experience along with a few extras included in the box.
so everything else specs wise is exactly the same as the original TicWatch C plus.
and inside the box you will find your user manuals, a magnetic USB charger,
you get a mystery black box included with the package,
and when you open it up you will find a spare pair of silicon straps.
The watch itself is made from a stainless steel watch case finished in black
with smooth bezels going all the way around.
and we have a 1.3 inch AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 360 by 360.
We have a power button with a red dot, and a back button, and what looks like a microphone in the middle.
|Includes an additional sports belt|
|Minor upgrades to C2|
|It still uses old processor technology|
|Poor visibility of the screen outside|
|Dimensions||42.8 x 42.8 x 12.7mm|
|Colors||Onyx, Platinum, Rose Gold|
|Display||1.3″ AMOLED (360 x 360 px)|
|Chipset||Snapdragon Wear 2100|
|Memory||RAM: 1GB, Storage: 4GB|
|Operating System||Wear OS|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth 4.1 , Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n NFC|
|Battery||400mAh Up to 2 days|
|Sensors||Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Heart Rate Monitor|
TicWatch C2 Plus and TicWatch C2 are very similar in design and specifications,
so don’t expect too much of the new look up front.
As in terms of design, you will get a circular stainless steel case surrounded on each side by two crown-shaped buttons.
The back of the case is made of durable plastic,
and it also features a heart rate sensor while doing fitness exercises and a charging point.
This case has a removable leather strap via a small pin mechanism.
They all adopt a similar appearance, no matter what color and model you choose,
and TicWatch C2 Plus has an excellent and clear 1.3-inch 360 x 360 AMOLED touch screen,
which is the same as the C2, this screen gives you accuracy in colors,
but the only drawback is the difficulty of seeing the screen Bright sunlight,
but nonetheless has a streamlined look.
In terms of colors, the TicWatch C2 Plus has three color options (Rose Gold, Platinum and Onyx).
As for the dimensions (42.8 x 42.8 x 12.7 mm).
The TicWatch C2 Plus gives you the same physical health and fitness features you’ll find in C2, but there are many new features despite being a belt that is more suitable for sweating while doing a fitness workout.
TicWatch C2 Plus provides you with a heart rate monitor, with continuous and exercise-based data while you are doing various exercises, and it also comes with GPS satellite support, BeiDou and GLONASS that outdoor activities are well covered as well.
It also has a water resistance feature, which is very useful for people who prefer diving in shallow waters.
Another feature of TicPulse is this feature that measures your heart rate instantly or continuously.
There is also TicMotion to automatically detect workouts, while TicExercise will track workouts including running, cycling and indoor rowing.
There are also apps from Google that include special health and fitness, and also download various third-party options from the Google Play Store.
As for performance, we can say that the TicWatch C2 Plus provides a great experience on the watch. Especially for tracking your workout.
Like all TicWatches releases, Mobvoi has migrated to Google’s Wear OS.
This means that you can pair it with either an Android phone or an iPhone,
but you will get a more complete experience when using it with a phone that has the Android operating system.
And the new Wear OS brings all the familiar and familiar features like notifications, fitness tracking, and incoming call management, giving you access to Google Assistant.
Wear OS on TicWatch C2 Plus looks very familiar if you’ve used C2 or other TicWatches before, it’s smoother here than its predecessor, C2 Plus.
And if we talk about one of the big changes in the TicWatch C2 Plus compared to the standard C2 version is how well it runs, as it still uses the same Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset that appeared in the C2, but it has now been enhanced with 1 GB of RAM instead of 512 Megabyte.
Battery Life and Charging
The TicWatch C2 Plus has a 400mAh battery, it is a one-day battery with heavy usage and two days with light use, despite the increased RAM.
Through our testing of this watch, we found that if you were going to use more of the features that the watch offers, which would consume a great deal of energy such as the Global Positioning System (GPS) or you turned on continuous monitoring of your heart rate while doing fitness exercises, expect to get On a day off the battery.
But it’s not a bad thing, a day or two of battery life on a Wear OS smartwatch is definitely not a bad thing. It is average.
As for charging the watch, there is a special charging disk located at the back of the watch and it will fully charge the watch within two hours only.
Buy if for
The TicWatch C2 Plus is the best Mobvoi smartwatch to date, as it has a simple yet very elegant look, although we prefer something with a little more character.
Additions are welcomed
Mobvoi has made some additions in general, and it is also making a great change from Google’s range of fitness apps for all sports and fitness training fans in general.
We all know that most fitness watches are expensive, but the TicWatch C2 Plus is one of the cheapest smartwatches, and it is also one of the cheapest watches that run on the Wear OS.
Don’t buy it for
The TicWatch C2 Plus has many different and basic features, unlike the Huawei Watch GT 2, as it lacks some of the basic smartwatch features.
TicWatch C2 Plus doesn’t have amazing battery life, so if you don’t want to charge your watch multiple times a week, this is not the device for you.
TicWatch C2 Plus ticks most of the important boxes, but if you’re looking for something innovative, funky and offering something different, you won’t quite find it here.