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Smartwatches

Galaxy Watch 5 Pro Review: The Battery Life God

Samsung introduced a new branding of device into its wearable family this year, with the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro taking the place of what we assume would've been the Galaxy Watch 5 Classic. Personally, the Classic moniker never really quite got the point across...
TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra Review

TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra Review: Anotha One

The world of Wear OS is in such an awkward state, all because of Samsung's Galaxy Watch 4 and the fact that it's the only watch line allowed to run Wear OS 3. Google gave Samsung an exclusive on it (at least we're going with that until they say otherwise),...
Mobvoi TicWatch E3

TicWatch E3 Review: A Budget Option

Mobvoi, one of the few remaining makers of Wear OS watches, first introduced the TicWatch E3 in June, only a couple of weeks after Google announced the new Wear OS 3.0 alongside Samsung. The timing made for an awkward situation for Mobvoi, where we could talk...
Galaxy Watch 4 Classic Review

Galaxy Watch 4 Classic Review: The Only Choice

After spending a solid 8 days with the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic on my wrist, I can tell you without hesitation that this new Watch 4 line from Samsung is very good. Now, I'm talking the entire line, which includes both Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic, because not...

Galaxy Watch 4 Review: Wear OS is Back, Baby!

It's no secret that I haven't used a smartwatch in a long time. Looking back, the last time was the TicWatch S2 back in 2019 and I used it for about a week or two. It was nothing special and certainly didn't move me towards permanently attaching one to my...
TicWatch Pro 3 Review

TicWatch Pro 3 Review: 4100 Off to a Good Start

Wear OS has been in a sad state for some time, mostly because of the lack of anything to improve it from the operating system's two most important players: Google and Qualcomm. While Google has shown that it has little interest in improving Wear OS on a...