Project Ara video shows modular phone design progress

Google’s modular phone concept, Project Ara, has been shown off in a new video. The project is one being worked on by the Motorola Advanced Technology and Projects group that Google retained when it sold the rest of Motorola to Lenovo for $2.9billion earlier this year.

The project aims to create a phone that has removable parts that can be replaced and upgraded. So as battery, camera or processor technology improves so your phone can move with the times, without the need to replace the whole thing.

Watch the Project Ara video below:

 

 

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