German luxury firm Montblanc has officially announced its latest smartwatch called the Montblanc Summit 2. The device is the world and company’s first wear 3100 smartwatch packing an 8GB ROM. Montblanc Summit 2 also comes featuring Qualcomm’s latest and newest chipset made especially for smartwatches.
The device 2 comes with a display of 1.2-mm with 327 PPI and a sapphire crystal protection. It runs on Wear OS 2.1, packing a 1GB RAM and an 8GB internal storage. The wearable boast of a longer battery life with up to 1.5 days as a smartwatch, 5-7 days in “Time Only Mode,” and up to 30 days of battery life when used in watch only mode.
The Montblanc Summit 2 is encased in a 14.3mm-thick stainless steel case with a rotating crown flanked by two extra programmable buttons above and below. Designed for both male and females, the Summit 2 comes with 22mm long straps that are compatible with Montblanc’s own steel mesh, rubber, nylon or leather straps.
The Montblanc Summit 2 comes with a priced tag of $995 while the Titanium sports edition goes for $1,095.