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Weirdest Windows Phone Comes From Japan

Discussion in 'Mobile Devices for All Other Operating Systems' started by palandri, Dec 1, 2015.

  1. palandri

    palandri Former Palm Guy
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    ....The NuAns Neo doesn’t look like any phone released in the past few years. Its chunky 11.3mm-thick frame marks a deliberate attempt to step out of the thinness arms race, and its mix-and-match snap-on covers — in materials like wood and ultrasuede — make it clear that this is more than just a rebranded reference design.....

    http://www.theverge.com/2015/12/1/9826028/nuans-neo-windows-10-mobile-japan
     
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  2. JFB

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    It doesn't look as big and chunky as I thought it would.
     
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  3. RadioRaiders

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    Interesting phone. I keep mixing the letters up tho and reading the name "NuAns" as "Anus" LOL :LOL:
     
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