Chinese technology giant Bytedance, the manufacturer of the popular societal video appTikTok, established its very first phone this week. It is known as the Smartisan Jianguo Pro 3, and its claim to fame is a fast shortcut to the cherished program from the lock display.
In January, the Tik-Tok proprietor obtained numerous tech-related patents out of Smartisan, a Chinese telephone firm. Later in July, rumors of’a Bytedace-phone’ made by this device manufacturer. The telephone is now here, and it is known as the Smartisan Juanguo Guru 3 (‘Jianguo’ translates into’nut’ in Mandarin).
This new phone is available only in China at the moment, and it packs flagship-grade specifications. And after a few days later this phone will available in the whole world.
|Display||6.39-inch full HD+ AMOLED display|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+|
|Rear camera||48-megapixel primary sensor + 13-megapixel wide-angle + 8-megapixel telephoto + 5-megapixel macro lens|
|Software||Smartisan OS 7 (It’s unclear if this is based on Android, or actually a full Chinese fork of the Android OS – we’ll update this post once we learn more)|
It is possible to immediately open TikTok’s native edition, DouYin, by simply swiping from the lock display. Given the program’s popularity in India, I bet a good deal of people of the nation would not mind this type of integration.
Phone manufacturers have attempted to incorporate social networking programs before. In 2010, Microsoft introduced that the Kin, using a house display acting as an aggregator of Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and Windows Live. In 2013, HTC introduced a phone named The HTC First which had a coating of Facebook’s own applications along with Android.