Monday, 13 October 2014

Google's Project Ara News and Updates: Customizable Smartphone according to User's Preference.

Project Ara

The world's first modular phone has been introduced by Google in April at the first Ara Developers Conference in Mountain View, CA.
The phone will allow users to modify or swap out components such as the storage or camera, putting the personalized phone in a whole new level.
In a recent report from Christian Today, the device will sport a gray structural frame, giving the users a blank slate to be creative and customize their own devices according to their liking.
The prototype of Project Ara, using a modified version of Android L, will allow consumers to swap components without turning the phone off.
Consumers has the ability to select between a myriad of modules like that of a gaming controller, physical keyboard, speakers, battery packs varying in size, several connectivity modules like modems and ports and a rumor of a "selfie" camera that will most likely appeal to the masses.
If accidentally dropped, users need not to worry as the phone has a secure locking device system. With the usual smartphone, users can still use the Wi-Fi feature and has the option to choose a 3G or 4G phone.
Users can dictate what they want in the phone and how much it will cost. At the moment, the smartphone is projected to have a starting price of $50.
In the meantime, Google's Advanced Technology and Patents department (ATAP) leads the innovative project and reportedly targets to finish the prototype within weeks before Project Ara's showcase at the second Ara Developers Conference at the end of the year.

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