Earlier this year, Japanese firm NuAns launched the Neo, a Windows 10 Mobile handset featuring an unusual and highly distinctive design, with two sets of interchangeable external plates, allowing users to customize the look of the device as desired.
The Neo was initially available only in its home market of Japan, but in July, the company launched a Kickstarter campaign to make the Neo available worldwide. However, the crowdfunding efforts did not go well - of its $725,000 total, just $142,368 (less than 20%) was pledged, with only 489 backers around the world.
But that's not stopping NuAns from trying again. In an update on the Kickstarter page, the company said:
We are planning a re-launch with an updated version of the NuAns NEO. We took everyones concerns and comments from our first crowdfunding campaign and are working on upgrades and improvements before launching another campaign.
The company didn't reveal any further details regarding the "updated version" of its Windows 10 Mobile device, or when it might launch.