Tomorrow, on April 9, the Smartisan Nut 3 will release, as scheduled. Usually, when a new phone should come, the manufacturers publish posters to hint at this or that feature. Those posters carry some information. So geeks are able to make some assumptions before the launch. But what Smartisan has done this morning is out of sense.
As you can see, the Smartisan Nut 3’s poster comes with a red background and a rectangle inside. At the bottom, we can find the phrase ‘one more day’. Of course, we understand the poster hints at the full-screen design the phone will come with.
Actually, this smartphone will be using an appearance identical to the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S. That’s why many call it a thousand-yuan Mi MIX 2S. This simply means the Smartisan Nut 3 will have very narrowed borders and a forehead, while chin will be a bit wider than the rest.
Previously, this manufacturer has used a full-screen technology on its Nut Pro 2. But the latter came with a traditional 18:9 screen that had both chin and forehead. Moreover, company founder Luo Yonghao has also mischievously added the word ‘ALMOST’ next to the full-screen in the specification sheet. So there is every reason to think not all sides will be narrowed a lot.
The logo on the poster can be taken as a hint at the front camera’s placement. If not believe, you can take a look at the latest leaked photo that shows the final look of the phone. As we can see, the front camera is placed on the chin. But what’s more interesting, the fingerprint scanner is moved to the front.
At last, the Smartisan Nut 3 is rumored to come with a Snapdragon 636 chip, 4GB of RAM, 32/64/128GB of storage, 12MP dual-camera, etc. The price tags should be 1599 yuan ($253), 1799 yuan ($285), and 1999 yuan ($317).