This past week, Google held its first Project Ara Developer conference in California on Tuesday and Wednesday. During the event, Project Ara lead Paul Eremenko showed off the new modular phone for the first time to the developers and media members who were in attendance.
A modular phone where owners can swap out components whenever they please is something that has been in the works for quiet some time. However, no one has ever seen what something like this would look like in person, until now.
Thanks to our friends over at The Verge, we finally have a detailed visual of what the Android-powered Project Ara looks like. You can check out the photos of the “Lego-like” device in the following slides. Be sure to leave your thoughts on the first of its kind device in the comment section below.
Project Ara is expected to see its first phone launch in January 2015.
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