By James Pero For Dailymail.com
Published: 21:51 GMT, 1 November 2019 | Updated: 21:51 GMT, 1 November 2019
Parent company of Chinese social media upstart TikTok has released their first ever smart phone.
The device, called the Nut Pro 3, was developed in tandem with smart phone makers, Smartisan, and retains the same name as Smartisan's current line of devices.
As anticipated, the Nut Pro 3 will come pre-loaded with multiple apps owned by Bytedance, the parent company of TikTok.
TikTok owners, ByteDance, have officially entered the smart phone business with the relase of their first ever phone, the Nut Pro 3
The Nut Pro 3 is being made by Chinese smart phone maker Smartisan and will retain the name of previous versions of the device
Those include the app Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, which users will be able to launch by simply swiping the screen up according to Engadget. It's unclear which others have made the cut, however.
The device is now available for users in China and retailing at $412, or 2899 yuan.
The phone will have a rear facing camera array that boasts four total sensors, and will come with 12GB of RAM, in addition to two storage sizes - a 128 GB and a 256 GB version.
One of the biggest questions will be which operating system the phone will use, as previous version of the Nut Pro used the Google-owned Android - a partnership that has been imperiled by ongoing trade tensions between the US and China.
India may be a potential market for the device since TikTok has amassed a sizable user base there which now totals more than 300 million monthly users.
The phone is unlikely to be released in the US or Europe as