NuAns teases new smartphone that will be unveiled on February 20
If you’re looking for a fresh face that can provide something new, you might want to take a look at the latest smartphone announcement from NuAns taking place February 20th. The announcement comes with something more than just a date. By visiting the manufacturer’s website, you can see a teaser image that bears the message “Everything is new. Everything is in this one”. The message has probably gotten a brow raise out of even the most skeptical of people, so a fair bit of curiosity has formed around this event.
NuAns New Concept
According to NuAns, this device is supposedly a new concept built from scratch, including the hardware components which were completely redesigned. No information is currently available about the kind of specifications that will be featured or what market segment the new device will accommodate.
Many are also wondering about the operating system that will be used for the new NuAns smartphone. While the popular suggestion is, of course, Android, it is still unconfirmed what type of software the phone will use. Windows 10 Mobile is considered by many a dying platform despite Microsoft’s efforts to keep it alive, so there’s not a lot of confidence in seeing it sport that particular OS.
Aside from these three, there aren’t any real solutions that could really help the device shine brighter in the market or give it a niche or edge over its competitors. The great thing is that February 20th is relatively close, so it’s only a short matter of time before we get to see what this mysterious phone is all about. Until then, we are left to speculate whether we’re dealing with a Samsung Galaxy S8 rival or a mid-range budget pleaser.
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