NuAns Neo powered by Windows 10 Mobile launched on Kickstarter

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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NuAns NEO is an anticipated handset that was unveiled at CES in early 2016, and in Japan. It’s a third party Windows 10 Mobile device with decent specs and an interesting design, but in order to be released worldwide, its manufacturer needs funds and it’s hoping to raise money on Kickstarter. The Japanese company NuAns will start taking pre-orders at the end of June.

Those who participated at the 2016 Consumer Electronic Tradeshow in Las Vegas at the beginning of this year have been impressed by the highly anticipated NuAns NEO mobile phone and their curiosity and excitement have grown since then and now they’re waiting for the launch of this Windows 10 Mobile device. But, things are not simple, as the manufacturer doesn’t plan on releasing the phone worldwide until it will have enough potential customers and funds. “We are pleased to report that we are launching our Kickstarter campaign on the last week of June 2016 where consumers will have the opportunity to pre-purchase one of these units,” NuAns said.

NuAns NEO will have “two-tone” interchangeable covers (anti-fingerprint fluorine coating) for its back, it will measure 141 x 74.2 x 11.3 mm and will weight 150 grams. It will have a 5-inch HD display with a pixel density of 295 ppi, it will be powered by a Snapdragon 617 octa core processor clocked at 1.5GHz backed by 2GB of RAM and will have an internal memory of 16GB, which will support expansion up to 128GB. The main camera will support a resolution of 13MP and will have a back-illuminated sensor, while the secondary camera will be 5MP. The battery will have a capacity of 3,350mAh and will be charged using the USB Type-C port. The phone will run on Windows 10 Mobile and will have support for Continuum.

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