Smartisan Nut Pro 2S Going on Sale Tomorrow at Starting 1798 Yuan


Smartisan Nut Pro 2S

Hammer Technology has always had supply problems. That’s why though it usually comes in with amazing models, this brand couldn’t rank high. As for the new model, namely the Smartisan Nut Pro 2S, seems everything will be better. Today, the company officially announced the first batch of the phone will be available for purchase from 10:00 am on August 28. It should be noted that the price of the Nut Pro 2S is 1798 yuan ($263) for the 4GB + 64GB version, 1998 yuan ($293) for the 6GB + 64GB version, and 2298 yuan ($337) for the 6GB + 128GB version.

Smartisan Nut Pro 2S

Compared to the previous generation of the Nut Pro 2, the design of the Smartisan Nut Pro 2S did not change much. In addition to the classic color options of carbon black and pure white, new color variants have been added – glare blue and glare red. At the same time, the screen has been increased slightly. Now it comes with a 6.01-inch full-screen with a resolution of 2160×1080.

In addition, the Smartisan Nut Pro 2S is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 pseudo-flagship processor, which is much better than the Pro 2’s Snapdragon 660. There is also a rear dual-camera using a 12MP + 5MP sensors combination, of which the 12MP lens is Sony’s flagship sensor of IMX363. Its unit pixel area is 1.4μm, while it supports Dual PD dual-core focus and ArcSoft algorithm. The front-facing camera uses a 16MP lens. At last, the Smartisan Nut Pro 2S sports a built-in 3600mAh capacity battery, which support 18W fast charging technology.

Though the hardware looks quite attractive, there is a new software making it even more amazing. Of course, we are talking about the bullet SMS and infinite screen options. Bullet SMS is a fast and efficient chat software. The perfect combination of voice and text makes your information as easy as possible, meeting the individual and team needs.

Learn more about the Smartisan Nut Pro 2S here.

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