Motorola Unveils Project Ara to Create Modular Smartphones
That is going to need a case.
Everyone is down on their knees.
You ask," what happened, did someone lose a contact?"
"No, Bill dropped his phone and it went everywhere."
I wouldn't be one bit surprised if Moto ended up buying Phone Bloks.
It would make a lot more sense to think that you will have to remove the back cover of the phone, along with the battery, sim card and memory card to access the interchangeable parts.
The resulting phone will be a bit bulkier, but, not so much, given modern standards.
The thing I'll be happy about for the most part, is the chance of upgrading external RAM.
Buying a cheap phone with basic 512MB, and being able to upgrade to 1.5 GB or 2.5 GB just by buying a memory module for about $30 - $60. Instead of a new phone.
Oh and being able to put a bigger battery in as well.
I think that a interchangeable display will have to be part of the frame/c...
I just ask because, reading your post, it doesn't sound like you have seen the video yet. Just past the 1:10 mark it shows and interchangeable display, along with the bloks going in.
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