Google is testing its new modular smartphone on this Caribbean island
Google’s revolutionary new smartphone project is getting its first test in the Caribbean.
The global tech giant will be launching the pilot test of its Project Ara smartphone in the Puerto Rico market, the company announced Wednesday.
Project Ara is a modular smartphone, which allows users to swap out individual components of the phone, from the camera to the speaker to the lights.
The aim is a totally customizable phone — almost turning the phone into a collection of “physical” apps.
“A phone is part of it. Part of it is a phone,” is how Project Ara describes it.
Project Ara is part of Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects Group. The phone will run the Android operating system.
Pricing is not yet known.
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