The parent company of TikTok, Bytedance, reportedly worked on a smartphone in the first half of the year. The company reportedly entered into a partnership with Chinese smartphone maker Snartisan to launch a range of smartphones for all segments.
Smartisan is not very present outside of China, but because of the extravagant personality of its CEO has cult heir in the country. TikTok and Smartisan announced the launch of their first smartphone, which is considered one of the best beginnings of ‘no nut nut’: the Nut Pro 3
The Nut Pro 3 comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC and a four-camera setup. The Nut Pro 3 is a flagship for all practical purposes. It comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC and 8GB of RAM and 128/256GB of storage. The screen has a 6.39-inch AMOLED panel with a resolution of 2340 x 1080 and an aspect ratio of 19.5: 9. In the drop in waterdrop style is the selfie camera.
The main camera set consists of a Sony IMX586 48MP 1: 1,75 sensor and a 13MP 1,12 μm ultra wide angle camera with a field of view of 123 °. There is also an 8MP telephoto camera and a 5MP macro camera. According to Smartisan, an algorithm has been added that intelligently corrects the distortion when using the wide-angle camera. The selfie camera is a Samsung 3T1 20MP sensor with a aperture of 1: 2.0 and a pixel size of 1.8μm.
The hardware uses a 4,000 mAh battery that supports fast charging of 9 V / 2A and 5 V / 3A. And no, there is no headphone jack. Interestingly, there is no NFC. It is not known which version of Android is running, but Android 10 would not be betting.
Since Bytedance plays a role in the development process, users can start Nut Pro 3 Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, by gliding up the lock screen. You can also apply TikTok effects and filters to videos of any duration. We can also assume that a number of bytedance applications and services are already preinstalled.
Currently, the phone is only being advertised on the Chinese market and sold for 2,899 yuan (about 412 US dollars). There is still no mention of an international launch, and chances are slim considering that Snartisan has virtually no presence outside of China. Maybe Bytedance could use some of its TikTokbucks to launch the phone in markets like India, where TikTok is very popular with users.
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