NuAns Neo Windows Phone photos
- The Neo's Core unit doesn't come with a back panel at all — accessorizing is not optional.
- The clip-on back panels curve around the edges of the phone, meaning your hand is always in contact with them.
- The panels snap on with a simple action, though it could be a little tricky to get them to line up properly on this pre-production model.
- The Flip case works as an adjustable kickstand.
- The Neo looks more like a notebook than a phone when the Flip case is folded up.
- Although there's a big battery inside, there's no getting around the fact that the Neo is pretty chunky.
- But that chunkiness contributes to a really comfortable feel. It's reminiscent of the original iPhone, or early Lumias.
- These accessory lights are designed to be used in Continuum mode, which turns your phone into a desktop-style PC.
- The Neo's packaging is, for some reason, designed to be used as a coin bank once you've taken the phone out.
- NuAns stands for both "nuance" and "new answer," according to the company.
- You could just customize your Neo to be an all-black slab, but that'd be missing the point.
- The Neo in profile.