For comparison, the Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra GPS is equipped with the Snapdragon Wear 4100+ silicon, which, according to Mobvoi, can last up to 72 hours on a single charge with Smart Mode turned on. So, if the Snapdragon W5+ is as efficient as Qualcomm claims, in addition to its better performance, the next TicWatch, should also have a longer battery life.
Thanks to a Reddit user, we also know that the upcoming TicWatch will most likely have an IP68 resistance rating, new IHB/AFib detection — the feature that looks for any irregularities in your pulse — and new mental fatigue assessments. From the Redditor, it doesn’t become clear which version of Wear OS the upcoming TicWatch will run. However, since it’s a new device, we presume that the next TicWatch will come with Wear OS 3.
As for when we can expect the new TicWatch to be released, in Qualcomm’s announcement, Mobvoi stated that it will come this fall.