At the last year’s exhibition CES, a pleasant appearance of Windows Phone attracted unexpected attention. Called NuAns Neo, he impressed with an interesting and modern look, especially considering the Lumia 950 and 950 XL, which does not feature something special.

Inspired by the interest Japanese company Trinity tried to finance the mass production of the device through Kickstarter, but unfortunately the idea failed. The reason was simple – consumers are willing to buy the phone, but they preferred to work with Android.

You probably already can guess what the company make then. Meet the Neo Reloaded – visual copy of the original, which, however, comes with Android. In its new form the phone has a 5.2-inch IPS LCD 1080p screen and processor Snapdragon 625.

The operating system is Android 7.1 Nougat almost stock version and the battery has a capacity of 3450mAh, that’s not a little for this screen. Trinity is now preparing a new campaign to raise funds and this time the forecast looks much more promising.

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