At the I/O conference in May, Google had announced that there would soon be a batch of Wear OS 3 watches from other brands other than Samsung, and now Montblanc has finally fired the first shot. The new watch they brought, Summit 3, has been upgraded to new software and hardware. Its processing is replaced by Snapdragon Wear 4100+. Compared with the previous 3100, it is more efficient and can further increase battery life. . The body of this product is made of titanium, with two buttons on the right side in addition to the crown, and the strap can be rubber or leather. The surface part includes classic Montblanc styles such as 1858 Geosphere. In addition, common functions such as blood oxygen monitoring, sleep recording, and Google Pay are also supported by Summit 3.
The watch will be available globally from July 15th for US$1,290. If it doesn’t work out to your liking, wait for something new from another brand (Fossil, Mobvoi, or Google itself).