Montblanc Summit 2 Smartwatch Announced with Snapdragon Wear 3100 & Android Wear 2.1

Montblanc introduced a new smartwatch called as the Summit 2 which is also the first-ever smartwatch to be powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100. The device will run on Android Wear 2.1 Operating system and also comes with built-in apps like travel companion, Timeshifter, basic phrases, Running Coach, Travel info with currency, tax and few more. The smartwatch will be available in Black and Stainless Steel options with leather or Nylon bands and is priced at $995 (approx Rs. 73,000) and there is also another Titanium Sports Edition of this device which is priced at $1095 (approx Rs. 80, 500).

The Montblanc Summit 2 will be coming with an always-on mode and also has a rotating crown on the right edge along with two buttons on the top and bottom. The watch comes with 14.3 mm thickness and comes with interchangeable leather, nylon, and Milanese options. The smartwatch has 1.2-inch AMOLED display with 327 PPI and is protected with sapphire crystal. On the back, there is a glass, steel and serene with a heart rate sensor along with the magnetic charging pin as we can see on most of the smartwatches.

The device comes with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of onboard storage and also features QX1110 ultra-low power coprocessor handling the display and sensor co-processing that gives better battery performance as per the company. It will also give 4-5 days of extra battery life in watch mode. The wearable device features NFC for Google Pay, GPS, Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-Fi connectivity options. This smartwatch can also be adjusted and set just as a simple watch face with very little information.

The display of Summit 2 is capable of enhancing the viewing with Ambient Mode along with living complications and improved brightness. The smartwatch has 42mm case with 327 PPI is capable of tracking heart rate, physical activity and other important things like all the smartwatches. Are you planning to get this Montblanc Summit 2 smartwatch? Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates.

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