Montblanc has introduced the first-ever Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 powered smartwatch; the Summit 2. It features always-on mode and longer battery life. The smartwatch has a rotating crown on the right edge accompanied with two buttons above and below that can be programmed to launch various apps.
It sports a 1.2-inches AMOLED display with 327 PPI is protected by a sapphire crystal and packs 42mm case. The entire watch coming in at 14.3mm thick. The company is also offering interchangeable straps with leather, nylon, and Milanese options. The back side of the dial features a glass, steel, and resin with a heart rate sensor present, and magnetic charging pins.
It has 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage and features NFC for Google Pay, GPS, Bluetooth 4.2, and Wi-Fi. The company is claiming a full day battery life and an extra 4-5 days in watch-mode, thanks to the QC1110 ultra-low-power co-processor handling the display and sensor co-processing. The smartwatch is capable of just displaying a simple watch face with basic information, an enhanced Ambient Mode with smooth second-hand, live complications, and improved brightness.