We get to grips with mockups of Yezz' interchangeable modules for Project Ara, Google's ambitious modular smartphone platform. Check it out.
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Google lead engineer Rafa Camargo gives a demo of its modular smartphone concept, Project Ara. The prototype phone lets you swap in interchangeable parts by popping them in and out.
Next year, Google will sell a smartphone that lets you swap in interchangeable parts to get new abilities.
Google's highly anticipated modular Ara phone will be available to developers later this year, with consumers being able to follow suit in 2017.
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