Built around a 1.39-inch AMOLED screen with secondary low-power FSTN LCD screen, which allows it to work in the so-called Essential Mode, giving it a battery life of up to 45-days. Of course, it runs on Wear OS and in the Smart Mode, the battery life drops down to up to 4 days.
The Snapdragon Wear 4100 platform is paired up with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The TicWatch Pro X is also IP68 certified, which means it is waterproof. You also get usual sensors, like heart rate and blood oxygen monitors. According to Gizmodochina.com, it supports eSIM, with support for VoLTE calls.
As it was launched in China only, it does not appear that this one will be available globally, but it does look a lot like the Ticwatch Pro 3 Ultra GPS, which was spotted earlier.
The TicWatch Pro X is available for pre-order in China at JD.com with a price set at 1,999 yuan (around $310), and its price at launch will go up to 2399 yuan (around $370).
Recent rumors suggest that Mobvoi is gearing up to launch several new smartwatches, including the mentioned TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra, as well as the TicWatch GTH+ and the TicWatch GTH Pro.