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Project Ara modular smartphone heading to Puerto Rico later this year

01/14, 3:10pm

Spiral 2 Project Ara prototype has Marbell, Nvidia processor options

Project Ara, Google's attempt to create a modular smartphone, will be initially released in Puerto Rico this year, the company has revealed. News of the project's initial launch details come at the same time as the search company revealed its second prototype device, an upgraded collection of modules and endoskeleton which it calls Spiral 2.

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Project Ara head claims modular smartphone parts 'hot swappable'

09/30, 6:38am

Modules from Project Ara will be switchable while smartphone is in use

Google's modular smartphone project will allow users to replace individual modules from the mobile device while it is still running. The majority of Project Ara modules will be hot swappable, with exception to the processor and display, so users will not be required to shut down the device before making any changes to the hardware.

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Google plans to offer $50 basic Project Ara at launch next year

02/27, 3:57pm

Introductory modular device will have Wi-Fi, display, no cellular radios

Google's modular smartphone could end up being an extremely cheap device at launch, according to Project Ara lead Paul Eremenko. The basic entry-level model of the device may be priced as low as $50 if Google gets its way, providing customers a touchscreen and basic components it requires to function, though it will just have Wi-Fi instead of radios for a cellular connection.

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ZTE Eco-Mobius shows potential modular smartphone

01/09, 6:31am

Major components in individual modules combine into smartphone

ZTE demonstrated its own concept for a modular smartphone at CES, one which lets users easily upgrade specific parts of the device. In a similar way to Motorola's Project Ara, the Eco-Mobius has a number of modular sections relating to various functions, allowing for a level of internal customization based on what the user prioritizes in importance and is able to afford.

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Razer's Project Christine proposes modular computers for future

01/07, 5:58pm

User can remove, add components from modular PC without prior knowledge

Gaming hardware producer Razer is looking to update the way people build gaming PCs, by announcing its concept modular gaming system at CES. Project Christine is effectively a large rack that holds modules containing various computer components, in theory enabling users to build, customize, or upgrade their computer without needing any extra technical knowledge.

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