Toshiba has recently shown off three prototype camera module designs for Google’s Project Ara modular smartphone.
Google has asked Miami-based hardware manufacturer Yezz to create modules for Project Ara. The first Yezz-made modules will be shown off at MWC 2015.
Speaking at HKG15, Linaro CEO George Grey discusses the implications of and challenges faced by Project Ara and shares a quick look at some modules.
A collaboration between Sennheiser and Phoneblocks has produced a couple of interesting audio component concepts, designed for the modular Project Ara smartphone.
Despite how ambitious Project Ara is, it is clear that Google is pushing forward with the idea and is almost ready for a commercial rollout. With this in mind, for this week’s Friday Debate we ask do you think that that modular phones can find success in the market? If not, what will hold it back?
Google will allow you to customize your Project Ara smartphone using an app called the ‘Ara Configurator’.
Google has just announced that the first Project Ara devices will make their way to Puerto Rico for the first market pilot launch.
The second Project Ara developer’s conference begins today. Curious about the future of the project? Be sure to tune into the livestream, which becomes available at 11am est.
Google has just released version .2 of the Project Ara MDK ahead of the developer conference on January 14th. The update brings new information on cost-saving precautions and much more.
2015 may have only just begun, but the first smartphones of the year are right around the corner. CES, which is less than a week away, will give us our first glimpse at this year’s smartphones, and there will be plenty more to come over the next twelve months.