TicWatch users have been eagerly awaiting the next-gen Wear OS software update from Mobvoi, and their anticipation has finally been rewarded. Mobvoi, the popular smartwatch manufacturer, recently announced the Wear OS 3 beta program for their TicWatch series.
Google recently announced Wear OS 4 for the Pixel Watch, at the recent I/O 2023. It is based on the newer Android 13. This upcoming update features a new “Watch Face Format — a better way to build watch faces — in collaboration with Samsung.
At the same time, Samsung also released One UI Watch 5 beta program for the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5 series in the United States. It is about time Mobvoi does the same.
In a recent tweet, Mobvoi unveiled the open beta program for three of their popular smartwatches — the TicWatch Pro 3, TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra, and TicWatch E3. The company’s decision to release the beta version indicates their commitment to providing users with the best possible experience by allowing them to test the new features and improvements before the official release.
One of the notable aspects of this update is that Wear OS 3 is that it is based on the Android 11 operating system. It also supports all the newer Google apps and comes with Play Store to install them.
TicWatch users can expect many new features and enhancements to improve their smartwatch experience. The integration of Android 11 ensures improved performance, better battery optimization, and increased stability across the TicWatch lineup.
How to download Wear OS 3 for Mobvoi’s TicWatch?
To participate in the Wear OS 3 beta program, interested users can sign up through a Google form provided by Mobvoi. This opportunity allows you to be among the first to experience the new features and offers valuable feedback to Mobvoi, helping to refine the user experience and iron out any potential issues before the final release.
- Sign up for Mobvoi Beta Program using this Google Form.
Note: You may need to sideload the firmware via ADB (Android Debug Bridge) Tools and ADB Capable System like Windows, Mac, or Linux System that has ADB Tools Installed.
If not, don’t worry we will have the tutorial for you once the full stock firmware zip is available for download.