Google teases us with Project Ara modular smartphone details

Remember Project Ara? It’s Google’s big plan to create a modular smartphone, which would allow people to pick and choose exactly how their mobile phone would look and operate based on a series of blocks, or modules.

Well the Google team has released a new video all about Project Ara and the people behind it, which reveals a load of interesting details about what the future of our smartphones could look like.

Watch the video and you’ll see an early prototype that shows the different modules are kept in place with magnets, as well as how the phone could look with a bit of added styling.

We’re hoping to find out much more about Project Ara at the Ara Developer Conference on the 15th and 16th of April.

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