Serving lux & utility…
T ith its new platform, processor manufacturer, Qualcomm has switched to a whole new architecture presented in the pre-launch on the high-end luxury wearable Montblanc brand. Stepping up the Luxe wearable game globally, the unique release of the Summit 2, utilizes the functionality of Wear OS by Google, as it opted the device with high-end materials like PVD-coated stainless steel, sapphire crystal, and the same leather straps as its traditional analog watches. It’s evident that Montblanc, design is still a quality for the brand, featured in the second release of the technology masterpiece and possibly surpasses its recent release making the device even more available with functionality to fit into both luxe and sport lifestyles of its user.
The exclusive ‘Summit 2’ edition will set you back roughly $1,000, as it is prepared to pick up where Apple Watch supposedly left off as it previously served its high-end consumers with the allure of a lot of new promises with the use of the latest Qualcomm’s long-awaited Snapdragon Wear 3100 new chipset. One of those promises happen to be that one charge, equals a week long battery life on the new improved release of the wearable device. Along with new and exclusive apps on the device, RAM space has been upped from 512MB to 1GB, and internal storage has gone from 4GB to 8GB. This hardware is housed in a 14.3mm-thick case equipped with a 1.2-inch screen that runs Wear OS 2.1 with the option of any of its four housing.
Other high-end brands like LV & Michael Kors have stepped into the wearable device market but all with their own unique features on the Android/Google wearable platform. Both gravitating todays the active lifestyle user but both with unique bezel and band releases. What separates Montblanc? Its really the week long charge and the processor that enables better use, multi-use and flexibility on battery and operating system compatible with both Android and iOS device, complete with Google assist and Google Pay features.