first smartwatch with Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100-soc is released




The first smartwatch with Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 has been released. It concerns the Montblanc Summit 2 with Wear OS. The smartwatch has received a suggested retail price of 995 dollars. It is unknown when following watches with the Wear 3100 will follow.

The Summit 2 uses the QC1110 co-processor by introducing a ‘time-only mode’ that extends the battery life from one day to almost one week, while virtually switching off all sensors and only showing the time. This is done on a 1,2-inch screen with a resolution of 390×390 pixels.

In addition to the Wear 3100, the Summit 2 also has more memory and storage than its immediate predecessor. The memory goes to 1GB, while Montblanc doubles the storage from 4GB to 8GB. The waterproof watch has gps, bluetooth, wifi and nfc. The case is 14.3mm thick and the case is 42mm in diagonal. In that housing is a 340mAh battery. The smartwatch runs Google Wear OS.

Qualcomm presented the Wear 3100 last month. Just like its predecessor 2100, the 3100 has four Cortex A7 processor cores. Another new aspect is that Qualcomm will give wearable makers the opportunity to write code for sensors themselves. It is unknown when next watches will come out with the processor.

Montblanc Summit 2


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