Montblanc’s Summit Lite smartwatch arrives in the US with a luxury price tag

Montblanc’s Summit Lite smartwatch arrives in the US with a luxury price tag
Montblanc debuted its first Android Wear smartwatch in the States back in 2017. The Montblanc Summit luxury smartwatch ran on a Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset and sported a hefty $890 price tag (in its most basic variant).

The company followed up with a successor a year later - the Summit 2, upgrading the watch to the Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset and the price to $1000. Now Montblanc has officially announced that their latest smartwatch - the Summit Lite - is coming to the States.

The Lite comes equipped with a 1.19-inch AMOLED screen with 390 x 390 resolution and a 400mAh battery. The watch runs Wear OS on top of a Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor and features onboard GPS, 8GB of storage, and 5 ATM water resistance.

You can get this 43mm luxury smartwatch at various boutique shops across the country or order it online. The watch costs $860 (for the aluminum/rubber band version) which is still quite a lot, considering the it doesn’t have cellular connectivity, an SpO2 sensor, or wireless charging.

Still, if you’re a fan of luxury watches but want to step into the modern world of smart wearables, you now have another option to do so. If you're not sure about a full-fledged smartwatch, you can check out our best hybrid smartwatches list as there are some Swiss-made luxury options there, too.


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