Trinity Chose Windows 10 as Its First Smartphone OS Because it Has Faith in the Platform, Offers Custom Cases for It
Trinity is among the Japanese brands that chose Windows 10 over other mobile OSes when they created their first smartphone. The result is the NuAns Neo model, with Windows 10 Mobile on board and pictured below.
Trinity is a name associated to accessories for the iPhone and other digital gadgets. The NuAns Neo can be reserved since November 30 and it’ll arrive home to customers in January 2016. Relying on the Snapdragon 617 CPU, this model is able to work with the Continuum feature and become a full fledged PC once a keyboard, dock and screen are connected.
The core price of the device is $331, but with an extra case it goes up to $414. The design of the smartphone is certainly unique and its exchangeable cases add to the air of uniqueness of the handset. Specs include 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage and a 13 megapixel back shooter. A beefy 3350 mAh battery and 4G LTE connectivity are also in the mix.
Several back covers are available, made of wood, layers of silk and many more.