The Smartisan Jianguo Pro 3, a.k.a Nut Pro 3 has been launched in 3 configurations and color choices in China
The smartphone has up to 12GB RAM and 256GB storage
Chinese conglomerate ByteDance that owns in style short video-sharing app TikTok has finally disclosed its rumored smartphone named Nut Pro 3 below the Smartisan brand in China, the media has rumored.
The design is on trade in China for 2,899 yuan or $412.
The device, conjointly called Jianguo Pro 3, was developed in bicycle with smartphone manufacturers, Smartisan, and retains the identical name as Smartisan’s current line of devices.
As they learned earlier this year, ByteDance released a bunch of Smartisan patents and talent. ByteDance then helped build the Jianguo Pro 3 and packed it with branded options. Apparently, it did not plan to modify the naming theme.
The new device lets users access Douyin — the Chinese version of TikTok — simply by swiping the lock screen.
Meanwhile, the Nut Pro 3 runs Qualcomm’s latest snapdragon 855 chipsets, and has four rear sensors, together with a 48MP camera and is hopped-up by a 4,000mAh battery.
The smartphone has up to 12GB RAM and 256GB storage.
The Smartisan Jianguo Pro 3, aka Nut Pro 3, has been launched in 3 configurations and color choices in China. The 8GB + 128GB storage alternative has been rated at CNY 2,899 (roughly Rs. 29,000) in China, whereas the 8GB + 256GB version carries a tag of CNY 3,199 (roughly Rs. 32,000). Each of these variants is going to be offered in Black and White color choices. There’s a 12GB + 256GB variant that solely comes in an exceedingly green-ish Matsutake color and carries a tag of CNY 3,599 (roughly Rs. 36,000) in its home market.