Montblanc has showcased a bunch of how-to images and videos for its upcoming Summit 3. In post stuff, it has revealed what software on the smartwatch looks like and how users can use it. For the first time after Samsung’s One UI Watch version, we are now seeing Wear OS 3 version. It is almost one year since Wear OS 3 is exclusive to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4. This month, the exclusivity will break when Montblanc Summit 3 will be launched.
To make it easy for end-users, the company has posted some how-to images and videos. The images have shown how users can operate the watch and how they can change the settings. As we can see in the image, to view the notifications, users have to swipe up the main screen rather than slide to the right on Galaxy Watch.
It is also the first watch to get the FastPair function, which is an easy solution to pair the watch with a smartphone. The Summit 3 comes with a rotating bezel and does lots of stuff like opening Google Wallet, Assistant, power on, power off, open screen, and many more.
Sliding down the main screen will show settings, and a long press on the main screen will give the option to view change watch faces. To change the tiles use arrows, and use the ‘+’ button to add the tiles.
The top physical button will help to open last-used apps and recent apps. The bottom button will open fitness apps like heart rate, sleep rate, SpO2, stress, steps, and many more.
Separately, Montblanc has posted videos on how to use these fitness apps on Summit 3. The smartwatch will be announced later this month. The Summit 3 smartwatch will also support iOS devices, which makes it the first Wear OS 3 watch to do so.