Apr 16 2014, 2:04pm CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
Google has a few creative activities on the go at any one time, keeping in mind the world keeps on being intrigued by Project Glass, Project Ara – the organization's venture to fabricate a modular cell phone that permits particular equipment characteristics to be swapped finished and done without restraint.
This news has assembled a lot of enthusiasm recently as it seems revolutionary in the tech world. Google has confirmed that its unique $50 smartphone will be available in January 2015. It will run an adapted version of Android that will be released in December. Rather than acquiring a cell phone and afterward tend to its successor twelve months after, the user will have the capacity to redesign each viewpoint, with their Project Ara cell phone being a simple skeletal shell from which every segment might be included or removed.
Project Ara will permit a client to tackle the sort of opportunity accessible at desktop level, with PC enthusiasts ready to redo their representation, processor, RAM and storage room by customizing them. Initially it was perceived that Project Ara will be pointed at the lower end of the market, permitting clients in creating markets to develop their approach to owning gadgets. This ownership of gadgets will be based on the upcoming technological advancement taking place.
Google will make the foundation of gadgets and their respective components in-house; however the arrangement is to inevitably permit outsider designers to help take the project even further.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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