A cool new Windows phone running Windows 10 Mobile can now be ordered for those readers lucky enough to be located in (or travelling to) Japan. Designed by NuAns, the Neo features a 1280 x 720 display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor, and 16GB of storage but its main feature is its interchangeable shells that give the owner the ability to create a more personable Windows phone that reflects their own unique style.
The base model retails for ¥46,116 (around US$370) while the customizable tops and bottoms can be purchased separately for ¥15,12 (approximately US$12) each. A range of Windows phone accessories are also planned by NuAns including several flipbook-style covers, wireless charging stations, and more.
Japan has seen a few Windows 10 Mobile devices announced recently such as the entry-level Windows Phone Geanee WPJ40-10 and the new Windows 10 Mobile powered handset, the Katana 01. Would you like to see any of these Japanese products launch abroad? Let us know which ones in the comments below.
Thanks to Antonio for the tip!Further reading: Japan, Microsoft, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone