Unfortunately, the Summit 3 is set to start at a very “Montblancesque” $1,290 price in the US with an undeniably eye-catching but far from revolutionary design unlikely to appeal to the masses… due to costing a small fortune.
An undoubtedly robust titanium case with a large and beautiful crown flanked by two smaller pusher buttons on the side will be available in three colors, none of which looks particularly flashy, instead giving the smartwatch an air of refinement that few other Wear OS devices can match.
All three models get a pair of leather and rubber straps to fit both formal and casual occasions, and under the hood, the Montblanc Summit 3 unsurprisingly hides a state-of-the-art (by Wear OS standards, at least) Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100+ processor.
As is often the case with extravagant smartwatches made by traditional fashion designers or non-tech companies in general, many of the key specs and features are under wraps and likely to stay that way until July 15.
Source: Phone Arena