Ticwris Max 2.86″ Watch Phone
- Has a large HD dial at 2.86 inches and with a 480 x 640 resolution
- Comes with a large battery of 2880mAh that lasts for 5 – 7 days on standby
- Equipped with a 3GB + 32GB storage combination so you can download and store many Apps
- It is an IP67 waterproof
- Supports multiple network communication standards
A big watch is how one could describe the Ticwris. With a thickness of 15mm and a footprint of 50 x 74mm, it looks like a smaller version of the iPhone 3G when viewed from above. And at 155g, it is actually heavier than the aforementioned Apple handset. The Ticwris Max 2.86″ Watch Phone is closer to a smartphone than it is to a watch. Indeed, you can make a call on this “watch” and one can argue that Ticwris missed a trick by not allowing the device to be detachable.
At the heart of this smartwatch is a quad-core Mediatek CPU, the MTK6739, which has powered a raft of entry-level 4G smartphones since its introduction in 2017. 3GB of system memory and a whopping 32GB of storage make this smartphone, at least on paper, the equivalent of an iPhone 7 spec-wise.
Ticwris Max 2.86″ Watch Phone Features
The rest of the specification sheet is equally impressive; an 8-megapixel front-facing camera, a nano-SIM card, a 2.8-inch 640 x 480-pixel display, a 2.88Ah battery, plus GPS, Bluetooth 4.2, and Wi-Fi. Oh, and you do get a speaker as well as a heartbeat sensor but sadly, no blood oxygen saturation level monitor. The Max 4G combines glass with metal and ABS plastic (for the actual unit) and a rubber strap – similar to those on cheap Casio watches – that is 34mm at its widest and almost 210mm long, enough for most common wrist diameters.
There’s no mention of the Ticwris brand on the body of the watch, only on the tang buckle. The latter makes it easier to swap brands. There’s a side-firing speaker grill at the back with a heartbeat sensor, pogo connectors for the charging station, and a SIM slot that’s hidden behind a flap, secured by two screws.
- Very well built
- A great mix of hardware components
- Portable but still powerful
- Reasonably priced
- Enraging user interface
- The old version of Android
- No MicroSD card reader
Specification: Ticwris Max 2.86″ Watch Phone