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You don't have to use the slightly clunky clipping mechanism for attaching the phone, by the way. I think I'd rather have the phone (whether Android or Windows) by the side, connected by the short Type C to Type C cable.
In terms of ports, there are three USB Type C, one USB Type A, HDMI, 3.5mm audio, and a SD card slot. Which, I think, covers all bases. In theory, the NexDock 2 then also acts as a hub for your smartphone. So you can plug in USB storage, for example, and it just appears within the OS's file system, just as an internal microSD might do.
Although the Kickstarter page doesn't mention Windows 10 Mobile explicitly, I'm 99.9% sure it will work fine as a Continuum display, since this tech was pioneered by Microsoft and in all my own experiments Continuum docks and accessories also work with my Samsung Galaxy flagship and with review Huawei devices.
(Thanks to Bas for the tip-off)