The watch will have the new Snapdragon Wear 4100 chipset and will have the same old 72 hours of battery life, just like its predecessor. It will have a dual-layer display that powers down to a monochrome LCD, though the highest resolution it can achieve would be at AMOLED. It will run Wear OS 2.0 when launched, but will eventually get Wear OS 3.0. As these are only leaks, we do not know what the price will be.
A compass will be featured on the watch, which can be helpful when doing outdoor activities, such as camping somewhere.
The smartwatch will have GPS, a compass, military standard 810G toughness, and 20 workout modes. Some new features could include metrics that show the load on the heart from arteries hardening and TruHR. It seems to be a way to detect afib's using the optical sensor. This will come out to the TicWatch GTH Pro, and the GTH+