Ticwatch Pro vs. Samsung Galaxy Watch

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Ticwatch Pro v. Samsung Galaxy Watch
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LONG BATTERY LIFE: 2-30 days on a single charge is achieved by dual layered technology and two modes. Smart Mode will get you 2-days of battery life and Essential Mode will achieve 30-days of battery life. If Auto Switch to Essential Mode is turned on, then 5-days of battery life will be achieved.
SMART MODE: Wear OS by Google, AMOLED display, Google Assistant, thousands of apps and watch faces through Google Play store, health & fitness tracking (Limited features for iPhone users).
ESSENTIAL MODE: Power saving FSTN LCD display, high sunlight visibility, shows essential information including time / date / step counter / heart rate
HEALTH & FITNESS TRACKING: GPS tracker, heart-rate monitor, step counter, calories burned counter, speed & cadence monitor
NFC PAYMENTS: Use Google Pay to purchase directly from your wrist at millions of places without fumbling around for your wallet. 30-day money-back guarantee for any reason, 12-month warranty for quality-related issues.

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  1. Guys this is clearly a video paid by Mobvoi, just look at the description and u will see the link, In this video he just said how the ticwatch is better, most of the negative points about he said about the Galaxy Watch are not true, it is comfortable, there is NO problem while in the sun etc…..just look make sure that when u are looking to buy something and u check neutral comparisons and not paid ones.

  2. Obviously, adding "depending on usage" is one way of covering the fact that you never tested the battery life. If you wear it like a normal smart watch, it's more like one to one and a half days. It looks like you just repeated the press release. I stopped listening after that. I already read their website.

  3. I'm a little confused I have the ticwatch pro. if I'm using a running app rin keeper or strave that turns on the heart rate monitor how do I shut it off when I'm done. There doesn't seem to be any task manager or task killer on this Android Wear watch and it's not like I can just swipe to the right like I would on an Apple watch to close an app. so how do I shut down open applications when I'm no longer using them. As there's limited Ram on this watch and I don't want the heart rate monitor to keep going until the battery is dead. as I didn't get one full day out of use of it when I just looked at how my RunKeeper app looked on the watch to figure out if I needed to bring my phone as my RunKeeper on my phone gives me cadence. I couldn't close the app as I can't find any video that talks about it. This is my first smart watch. I tried to put an app on the phone that was supposed to be task manager to shut down apps and it only allowed you to uninstall applications on your smartwatch I can do that in the App Store and yes they charged me $0.99 and I was quite pissed as they wouldn't give me my money back.

  4. You cant make or receive calls or text if you have an Iphone and android is glitchy at times. I'll stick to the Galaxy watch. New operating system is coming out in February.

  5. Having had the galaxy S3 frontier which was a great watch, after a year and an upgrade the watch bricked .. Therefore I won't be going back to another Samsung watch.. The tic Pro is gonna be my next buy.
    Nice video thanks

  6. one of you doing videos on this watch shows how you text or doing voice to text using SnapChat or anything else on it nobody has used it jogging nobody's used it showing the any of the features of this watch aside from talking about the two freaking screens I get that you've all done the same video. Can somebody actually show me what the watch can do? Please?

  7. Why i have a galaxy watch and no i dont see issues outside of home in the sun is bright enough i also turned off Bixby who is better on my note 9 and the health app is awsome i also have no reason for a second screen and tic watch has no rotating bezel and looks less premium than galaxy watch

  8. Excellent video. Questions
    Ip68 water resistant meaning varies a lot from one manufacturer to another. Question: can you go swimming with a TicWatch pro?
    Does the TicWatch Pro have an acellerometer?

    Thank you François

  9. I bought my Samsung Galaxy watch yesterday and am already returning it today because it was having problems connecting to WiFi. And the remote mode on Spotify wouldn't work. Because the watch was having Bluetooth problems. I was with Spotify support for 3 hours just for them to tell me it was Samsung's fault. And not only that. I shouldn't have to download 5 apps from Samsung JUST to use the watch

  10. There's a new winner… TicWatch Pro. I own a Moto 360 1st Gen, it still working perfectly, and not connected over Bluetooth the battery last 3-4 days, the battery still good even after 3 years of usage. I really like the TicWatch, but changed the leather bands to metal. I wished they include the brown bands, but they didn't. The Essential mode is unique, and is the main point of this watch, Google pay with the included NFC, great, not all the smart watches has it, also the GPS.

  11. there is something magical on your reviews well done as usual – very professional review. I watch your videos just to see you even I don't interested in the product.

  12. Just don't understand why they only put in 512mb ram in the ticwatch, that's really not much since there is watches out there with 2gb. I can see the watch lagging in your video. Nice design but hardware just not good enough

  13. Subjectively, the deal breaker for me on the Ticwatch Pro was the insistence that we use their step counter software in addition to Google Fit. If I use a watch, I only want one health tracking app. I wish they would make this a customizable option in the near future…

  14. Really good review Andrew. $100 is still not enough savings for me to switch but I like the dual mode & Android Wear. I've had all the Galaxy watch models since the beginning BUT just wish Samsung would switch to Android Wear soon. Thanks.