Microsoft tried its best to one-up iOS and Android-based smartphones with its Window 10 mobile OS offer, but that didn’t go well. Now NuAns Neo has arrived to lift Microsoft’s falling reputation with the first ever customizable Windows 10 smartphone, a courtesy of Kickstarter campaign, coming to global smartphone markets, starting with the US today.
The all-new NuAns Neo Windows 10 smartphone features 64 Snap-on casings, 11.3mm slimness, Snapdragon 617 processor, 2GB RAM, 5-inch screen with a maximum 720p resolution, USC-C connector, and a huge 3350mAH battery. Mobile makers claim that battery can last up to two days straight on a single full charge.
The Kickstarter campaign raised a total $725,000 offering backers to grab the phone at a bid of $270 and optional two-tone cover or a flip case. It is also worth noticing that the interchangeable casings also coming with awesome materials like wood and ultrasuede. So good to the supporters of the project, their investment made it and turned out to be quite ravishing.
The NuAns Neo even looks better than original Windows 10 mobile phones, thanks to well-thought design and luxury add-ons. The company also claims the smartphone is NFC-enabled so users can also make NFC payments. This goes side by side with Microsoft’s new update on Lumia phone’s tap-to-pay.