Today, Smartisan officially released the Nut R2 smartphone. It comes with a number of top-end features, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 mobile platform, 5G + Wi-Fi 6, a 100-megapixel main camera, a beautiful white body, and the new Smartisan OS 8.0 and TNT 2.0. To be honest, these are pretty good, but starting from 4499 yuan ($674), the highest price of 6499 yuan ($973) is indeed a bit high.

Smartisan said that excellent configuration is the basis of a flagship machine. So the hardware parameters of the Nut R2 are naturally very capable.

Nut R2

First of all, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 mobile platform is naturally indispensable. It also brings support for dual-mode 5G and Wi-Fi 6.

Nut R2

There is up to 16GB LPDDR5 memory and 512GB UFS 3.1 storage space.

Of course, good heat dissipation and large batteries are also indispensable. The Nut R2 also uses a 55W fast charge.

Nut R2

In terms of audio and video, the Nut R2 not only uses a high refresh rate screen, but also has dual speakers that support dts. So there is no need to worry about the effect.

Nut R2

In addition, the Nut R2 also added NFC function. At present, it can support subway cards in some areas, and can also be used instead of access cards.

Nut R2

The Nut R2 has also put a lot of effort in photography. It has a 108MP main camera, with a good resolution of super wide-angle, telephoto and macro lenses. The module also integrates high color rendering index dual fill light and laser focus module. The overall strength is good.

The Nut R2 has added a brand new arbitrary switch, which can realize the switch of time capsule, mute and other modes with one button.

In addition to the classic black and white color variants, the Nut R2 also has a limited edition. This version will gradually appear hidden patterns under sunlight. But the number is relatively small, only 2000 units.

At the same time, the company also released the Smartisan TNT Go. It is a portable carrier of TNT OS 2.0. It has two versions, wired and wireless. Both use a 12-inch 2K panel and a built-in 10160mAh battery.

The wired version is priced at 1999 yuan ($299), and the wireless version is priced at 2,999 yuan ($449). Nuts also provides package options for users who want to buy R2, starting at 6,999 yuan ($1048).

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