Google has been on the cutting edge of technology since its birth. Once again, they’re taking a giant leap into unseen territory with their latest invention, the new modular phone – “Ara.”
Phones are an ever evolving phenomena. We’re constantly updating and trading in… I’m lucky if a phone lasts a year. Google’s recently announced phone project plans to shift with those ever changing needs, giving its users the ability to update both hardware and software in a new modular phone format. Confused? Don’t be. It just means you’ll own a phone for more than a month, swapping parts when you want to get a better camera or a faster processor. It also helps to cut down on the dead loss of cracked or broken phones. If something breaks, you no longer need to replace the whole phone, just the part. Kinda brilliant right?
Coming in three sizes and ranging from 50 to 500 bucks, Google’s first Ara phones will most likely hit the market in 2015. See you in line.