Nuans has been showing off their Neo Windows 10 Mobile handset at CES, and have revealed the device, which is powered by the SnapDragon 617 processor, supports Continuum for phones.
This works via their unique display dock, which also doubles as a desktop lamp.
The specs of the mid-range device includes:
- Weight : About 150g
- OS : Windows 10 Mobile
- CPU : Snapdragon 617 (MSM8952) – Cortex-A53 Octa-core 1.5Ghz
- Memory : 2GB RAM / 16GB Storage and microSD slot
- SIM : micro-SIM (nano SIM adapter is included)
- Support band : 2G Quad band 3G?Band 1/6/8/9/19 42Mbps/5.76Mbps 4G LTE?Band 1/3/8/19/28 Cat.4 Up to 150Mbps.
- Display : 5 inch 1280*720 with anti-fingerprint coating
- Camera : 13MP, F2.0, BSI, 28mm Lens (back) / 5MP, F2.4, BSI, 24mm Lens (front)
- Battery : 3,350mAh, standby more than 400 mins
- WLAN : 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
- One speaker, two microphones
- USB Type-C (support Quick Charge 2.0)
- size : 141 x 74.2 x 11.3mm
The device does not however focus on specs but style, and features multiple replaceable and swappable backs, which includes space for hiding 2 contact-less cards e.g. for rapid transport or contactless payments.
See a video demo by Mobilegeeks.de below:
The handset is set to be only available in Japan for relatively high prices, but we can see some style-conscious Windows Phone aficionados picking one up just for kicks.