Android Wear 2.0 update rolling out for the Huawei Watch

  • Android Wear 2.0 update rolling out for the Huawei Watch

Android Wear 2.0 update rolling out for the Huawei Watch

You can find more about the NO.1 D7 by heading through the link below or check out the latest video below for more details on that extended level of battery life, as well as some of the other notable features on offer with the NO.1 D7. Well it seems that the smartwatch market is slowly attracting more and more luxury watch makers. The German luxury brand has dipped its toes into the ever-expanding world of Android Wear - revealing its debut smartwatch, the Montblanc Summit. The display is a curved 1.39in, 400×400 pixel AMOLED display. The smartwatch will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset.

Summit is also pretty sizable, so you'll need big wrists to pull it off.

Among the many features and functionalities packed into the Summit's 46-mm case are a microphone for voice commands and numerous sensors: a heart-rate monitor, a sensor for measuring steps and activities, a gyroscope and compass for orientation, a barometer to measure altitudes, and an ambient light sensor to adapt the brightness of the watch's screen according to lighting conditions. The Summit is IP68 certified, which basically means that it is both dust and water resistant.

The Summit will bring lots of choices to the users in the context of its look as the company will launch several variants of the smartwatch.

Starting with the physical and there are four different styles for the case to choose from - black PVD coated stainless steel, bi-colour stainless steel case with a black PVD coated stainless steel bezel, stainless steel case with satinated finish and a grade 5 titanium case with a satinated finish. Montblanc are offering all their classic watchfaces in digital format or you can pay a cool €15,000 to have Montblanc's creative director make one for you. The price of the smartwatch will start from $890 (AED 3269), depending on the type of build and straps used. There's no Global Positioning System for tracking your runs (though there is a heart rate monitor), no NFC for Android Pay, and no LTE radios for mobile connectivity.