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    We introduced you to the NuAns Neo at CES 2016. It's a Windows 10 Mobile phone that sports Qualcomm's Snapdragon 617 system-on-a-chip and is able to run Continuum, Microsoft's protocol for extending a phone's horsepower onto a desktop space. Thing is, Microsoft didn't acknowledge this fact in its minimum specifications for Continuum up until now. Plop down to Microsoft's Hardware Dev Center today and you'll get an updated page with new minimum requisites looking form-fit to the Neo. The Snapdragon 617 is now among the 808 and 810 as being Continuum-supported processors. 2GB of RAM is ...

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    The Microsoft Lumia 950 (coming in pair with the beefier 950XL) might be Microsoft's flagship Windows 10 Mobile device --though our experience isn't the best as you can tell from our review-- but sadly it doesn't do anything to stand out in terms of its looks; that is, of course, until you start accessorising it with some custom back covers, like the Mozo leather back. The NuAns Neo, on the other hand, might be the prettiest (or ugliest, depending on your taste) Windows 10 Mobile phone out there. While it's specs aren't groundbreaking (with an octa-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon 617 processor, ...

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    As smartphone races go, the battle to be thinnest around has (thankfully!) fizzled. Sure, a few OEMs try to push limits every now and then, but most of the big names are pretty comfortable around the sizes their flagship inhabit now, and show little interest in defying physics and trying to cram even more hardware into smaller spaces. Still, it is neat to know that there are at least some crazy thin options out there if that's your cup of tea, and a new rumor suggest that Windows Phone could soon get a seriously thin option of its own. While we haven't heard it mentioned among the list of ...

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    The Oppo N1 made waves with its CyanogenMod variant and shortly after its introduction the company started teasing the Find 7. However, there was another phone teased by Oppo, though for a shorter period than the Find 7, and its manufacturer officially made the Oppo Neo official on a localized version of its Twitter account for Indonesia. The Neo has a 4.5-inch screen with FWVGA resolution of 854 by 480 pixels, which can be operated using gloves, thanks to the specific "Gloves Mode" callout on the slide above. There's also a dual-core 1.3GHz processor inside, which, is coupled with an ...

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