The render (via Gizmochina) of this ByteDance device has been shared by MyDrivers, which is named Lingjing Live Streaming All-in-One Machine. It has a flip camera system, through which video can be recorded or streamed in both selfie and rear formats through a single camera system. However, the report says that this device could be launched in China at a price of 15,800 Yuan (about Rs 1,80,000), which is definitely a high price for a device that is only used for live streaming.
In appearance, this device is slightly different from the phone. Although it comes with a vertical display like a mobile phone, but it gets a flip camera mechanism at the top and three knobs (rotable wheels) are found in a wide chin at the bottom. The icons on these knobs indicate that one knob is for the microphone, the other is for background sound and the third is for the volume control.
Apart from this, there is a small base at the bottom of its rear, which looks like it will also act as a speaker. At the moment some things are not clear, such as what is the size of its display or whether it has a battery system or not and what is the battery capacity. Apart from this, there is no information available about the resolution of the camera.
TikTok was banned in India almost two years ago. However, still there is no dearth of live-streaming or short video sharing platforms in the country. After the ban of the app, many big platforms launched their video sharing apps one after the other.