Early adopters of wearables like smartwatches purchased them because they were just a cool and new thing. After that opening wave, more traditional buyers joined in, many driven by the device’s novel fitness and health-monitoring capabilities. But, in 2020, keeping tabs on your health through your smartwatch isn’t just a novel idea anymore. For many, it’s downright essential. In the wake of COVID-19, a Samsung executive said worldwide wearables sales have spiked by 30 percent this year, fueled by their health-monitoring functions.
The TicWatch Sport Smartwatch, created by Mobvoi, is centered around Google’s Wear OS, allowing the watch to sync seamlessly with the entire network of Google’s wearable fitness and informational services and apps.
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