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While it’s obvious the device looks pretty awesome, let’s talk about its features. The NuAns Neo features a mid-range Snapdragon 617 chipset with a processor clocked at 1.5GHz, backed by 2GB of RAM. The device supports Continuum for phones, which means that you will be able to turn your mobile device into a big-screen projector or a larger scale productivity tool. By using an adapter or dock, the NuAns Neo connects to a monitor or TV to view content or use applications on a larger screen. To make things even better, you will be able to connect a mouse and keyboard and turn it into a “mini-PC”.
The NuAns Neo has 16GB of internal storage, a primary camera of 13MP and a secondary camera of 5MP. The handset measures 141×74.2×11.3mm, sports an industrially minimal design with an interchangeable backplate with material options that include plastic, wood, slate and granite. All this is highlighted by a 1280×720, 5-inch screen powered by a 3350 mAh battery that can keep the device alive for 400 minutes in standby mode.
Unfortunately, we are not sure yet in what other countries the NuAns Neo will be released, but as soon as we find more information about it, we will let you know.
What are your thoughts about the upcoming NuAns Neo smartphone? Will you purchase it once available in your country?
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