Eye-catching NuAns Neo preparing its international spread

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Love it or hate it, it’s hard to deny that the NuAns Neo with its two-tone, multi-color (to say nothing of multi-material) back panel is one of the most eye-catching Windows 10 Mobile smartphones we’ve seen to date – and arguably ever will. When we first learned about the phone last month, the hardware sounded pretty solid (if less than cutting-edge), and while it might have been a little chunky-looking, this seemed like the smartphone for spotlight-seekers to get. The only problem was, this puppy was slated for a Japanese release, and the radio support didn’t exactly make it conducive to broader international distribution. Today we’ve got some great news, though, as NuAns Neo manufacturer Trinity indicates that it’s been working on new hardware for a global release.

That’s what the company just indicated in response to an email inquiry from a fan, and while it says that there’s currently no formal timetable for any sort of international availability, the fact that Trinity’s working on such a thing at all is definitely cause to be excited.

Well, reasonably excited, at least – we suppose there’s always the chance that global release plans could fall apart, especially if consumer response in Japan isn’t quite where Trinity would like it to be, but this is promising news all the same.

If you had the chance, would you pick a phone like the NuAns Neo up for yourself? Or are you perfectly happy with a more traditional-looking handset?

Source: Window Central

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