That is going to need a case.
You walk into a room
Everyone is down on their knees.
You ask," what happened, did someone lose a contact?"
"No, Bill dropped his phone and it went everywhere."
Well based on how it looks, the pieces will probably either lock into place, or, it looks like you can use something like a rubber / metal band that would be stretchy and wrap around the phone and hold everything together. It would make more sence if...
Skip to 1:10 in the video on the main page to see how it works. A case would probably still be a good idea as the pieces may slide out of place, but they aren't just loosely sitting there.
This would probably be the one instance where I see the point in getting a case.
I think that the one in the picture is just for ilustrative purposes (looks cool, though).
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 th...
This'll be interesting
I wonder how the phone software will handle this much hardware customization. Will there be downloadable drivers for each block, like computer hardware has a driver for each piece of hardware?
You've answered your own question.
Yes, a special version of android 4.4 will be made for Ara devices, and the drivers will be available to install through an application available from Google Play.
I wonder how will it be when chinese manufacturers...