If you carry a time following the world of technology, we are confident that you will know Project Ara. With this project, mainly driven by Google, we wanted to bring a revolution to a market in constant change. Basically it was intended that the user is able to replace individual pieces of your smartphone in a way that I had it as up to date as he wanted, without having why pay for components that are still valid.
The idea is not bad thought, because many times at the change of terminal we have a few things to be able to win other. Despite the goodness of the project, the project failed and was abandoned in a drawer for a long time. However, in the last few months, and possibly with the exit to the market of phones modular as the LG G5 and the Motorola Moto Z, Google has seen fit to dust off some information about the same.
Recently, since Andro4all we have shown as this would be the first smartphone born, and for this project. And today, thanks to the guys from HDBlog.it we have been able to see directly some extra details of that terminal.
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The terminal has -or had – a processor Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 810, accompanied by 3 GB of RAM and 32 of storage. The screen was 5.5 inches, and it had a speaker in the front bottom. The cameras 5 and 2 megapixels would surely be the sections more loosely smartphone, but it had a USB Type-C and Android 7.0 Nougat.
The only drawback is that, as you can see in the video, this terminal is a version unfinished. we can Not remove the battery or insert a SIM-card, so that it is obvious that will not be sold a phone that cannot make calls. Perhaps in a few years, when the terminals in the modular are more established in the market, Google is posed to re-launch your project. Let’s hope so.
What do you think of this first phone, Project Ara?