Montblanc Summit 3 is a luxury smartwatch with WearOS 3

Montblanc Summit 3

The Montblanc Summit series certainly isn’t for everyone. The market of watches was always full of luxury brands such as Rolex and others. So, nothing could prevent brands from introducing luxury smartwatches. And this is exactly the case with the Montblanc Summit series. The company launched the Montblanc Summit 2 four years ago, and now is bringing the Montblanc Summit 3 to the market. Despite the unusual pace, the new wearable comes with features that actually make its “2022” ready. The new wearable is the only one apart from Samsung to run the Google Wear OS 3.0. And that of course means “pure” WearOS 3.0 as Samsung ships its smartwatches with One UI Watch skin above. The device is the best way to experience the “Pixel Watch” experience, provided that you have €1,250 to spend, of course.

Montblanc Summit 3 specs and features

Montblanc Summit 3

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Montblanc is known for luxury pens and products. Interestingly, the company even partnered with Motorola a few years ago. Now, it’s bringing the Montblanc Summit 3 and it clearly follows luxurious rules . The company didn’t reveal the wearable technical details, as this apparently, isn’t their goal. The wearable runs the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100+ SoC. The wearable comes with improvements in health and exercise tracking. In terms of sensors, it brings blood oxygen (SpO2) monitors and sleeps tracking. It’s capable of monitoring different phases of your sleep. The new wearable also offers improved battery life. However, we don’t know exactly how improved it is.

Montblanc Summit 3

The smartwatch’s case comes with titanium and you get a choice of leather or a rubber strap. The gray case comes with a black calf leather or a blue rubber strap. For the black case, the options are a black calf leather or a black rubber strap. Finally, there is a bi-color case option. It can be paired with either British green calf leather or a black rubber strap. The Montblanc Summit 3 will reach the market on July 15. As aforementioned, the wearable will cost 1250 Euros.

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