MontBlanc to release new Wear OS Summit Lite Smartwatch

Montblanc Summit Lite coming soon

Montblanc gets ready to introduce a new smartwatch into its Summit line of Smartwatches. The new Smartwatch is going to be branded as Summit Lite and will be released before the busy holiday shopping season.

The Montblanc Summit line of Smartwatches is Wear OS-based with the most popular model being the Summit 2 Stainless steel with a leather strap.

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The Smartwatches from Montblanc typically have featured the sensors such as Heart rate, Microphone, Altimeter, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, and Ambient light.

This means that the new Summit Lite likely features all these sensors plus the bright AMOLED screen typical of the Summit line of products.

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Montblanc Summit Lite

Since Summit 2 watches usually weigh about 130 gms, one can expect the new Lite series to be less heavy and still fashionable and attract a new customer demographics who like the luxury look but prefer something light.

These watches feature the classic watchmaking design with wearable technology and offer clients a connected timepiece to match a luxury lifestyle.

Since the existing Summit 2 watches retail for $995, one would assume that the Summit Lite series to be less expensive and yet carry the hallmarks of Montblac’s luxurious design. It is probably safe to also rule out the introduction of a faster processor on this new Smartwatch.

Additional details around the new Summit Lite line of smartwatches cannot be found at this time. The new Summit Lite showed up in an FCC filing this morning. We would love to see what the company has done with this new luxury timepiece.

We will keep this post updated with new details as we learn more.

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