Home News Smartisan Nut Pro 3 confirmed to launch on 31st October

Smartisan Nut Pro 3 confirmed to launch on 31st October

The well known Chinese smartphone maker, Smartisan is gearing up to launch its newest smartphone named Smartisan Nut Pro 3 on October 31st. A few days back, Product manager of the company, Zhu Haizhou, wrote a post on the well-known Chinese social network Weibo: “Are you ready?”

For sometimes now, there were rumor surfacing all over the internet regarding Smartisan Nut Pro 3 so experts believed that the Haizhou is talking about nothing but Smartisan Nut Pro 3. It is going to be a medium premium range handset.

Yesterday, Zhu Haizhou, Product Manager of Hammer Technology also gave his own evaluation for the first time. Zhu Haizhou pre-heated this new Nut handset on Weibo.
Zhu Haizhou said: “Every generation of nuts has been used by the main force for a long time. This generation is the most cool.”

READ  ZEE5’s Tiktok alternative app HiPi set to launch on July 15th

Smartisan Nut Pro 3 confirmed to launch on 31st October
Smartisan Nut Pro 3 confirmed to launch on 31st October

In other words, the overall configuration and experience of the new nut machine will be remarkable. According to the previously exposed renderings and real machine spy photos, the upcoming Nut Pro 3 comes with a 4 rear camera solution, out of which, three of the cameras are arranged vertically.

The entire camera module has an inverted “L” shape. The device retains the Smartisan Logo which is located at the lower left of the device.

READ  ZEE5’s Tiktok alternative app HiPi set to launch on July 15th

Smartisan Nut Pro 3 confirmed to launch on 31st October
Smartisan Nut Pro 3

Smartisan Nut Pro 3 has already received a certification in preparation for marketing, and the device is expected to come with a cool list of specifications. In the mid-range, Qualcomm has 3 notable processors: Snapdragon 710, 730 and 730G. Smartisan Nut Pro 2S is equipped with Snapdragon 710 so we might see Nut Pro 3 equipped with Snapdragon 730 or 730G.

READ  Uber adds: Revathi Advaithi, CEO, Flex, to their director board

The device will run on SmartisanOS with Smartisan TNT that enables voice interaction in order to enhance the multi-platform experience.

However, as of now, we don’t have any confirmation regarding the configuration of Nut Pro 3. We only know that the device is expected to get launched at the Beijing Olympic University Olympic Stadium at 19:30 on 31st October.

Adhiraj
Adhiraj
Adhiraj is a tech and business enthusiast. He writes tech blogs in his free time. Adhiraj's hobby is reading books and reviewing them.

Stay Connected

16,985FansLike
2,458FollowersFollow
61,453SubscribersSubscribe

Must Read

Uber adds: Revathi Advaithi, CEO, Flex, to their director board

Uber has appointed another independent director to its board. This time it is Revathi Advaithi, the CEO of Flex. Uber’s board had...

ZEE5’s Tiktok alternative app HiPi set to launch on July 15th

The recent ban of 59 Chinese apps by the Indian Government, has paved ways for the development of new Indian alternatives for...

Apple ceases the updates for thousands of Apps in China’s app store

As per the reports from The Financial Times, Apple has curbed updates for thousands of Chinese apps belonging to the app store....

Google acquires North, the Canadian smart glasses company

Google has acquired the Smart glasses company, North, which began its journey in 2012 with the name Thalmic Labs. The company updated...

Related News

READ  Uber adds: Revathi Advaithi, CEO, Flex, to their director board

Uber adds: Revathi Advaithi, CEO, Flex, to their director board

Uber has appointed another independent director to its board. This time it is Revathi Advaithi, the CEO of Flex. Uber’s board had...

ZEE5’s Tiktok alternative app HiPi set to launch on July 15th

The recent ban of 59 Chinese apps by the Indian Government, has paved ways for the development of new Indian alternatives for...

Apple ceases the updates for thousands of Apps in China’s app store

As per the reports from The Financial Times, Apple has curbed updates for thousands of Chinese apps belonging to the app store....

Google acquires North, the Canadian smart glasses company

Google has acquired the Smart glasses company, North, which began its journey in 2012 with the name Thalmic Labs. The company updated...