Google sets first release modular smartphone Project Ara out




Google has postponed the release of its first models of Project Ara. The modular smartphone this year would come to market in Puerto Rico, but now in 2016 will first appear in a place elsewhere in the United States.

The delay is necessary because Project Ara ‘many iterations needed, so writes the management of the project on Twitter. Macaw is Google’s system for modular smartphone, where users can choose their own components.

The intention was that Ara this year would come first in Puerto Rico, but that plan has been scrapped. Instead, Ara is for the first time at a different place in the United States in 2016, but where and when exactly Google will announce at a later date.

The release of Project Ara is tricky, because it is the first modular system for smartphones of its kind. Thereby running the developers against many problems. Ara was originally an idea from Motorola, but Google kept it himself when Motorola sold to Lenovo last year. It is now in the Advanced Technologies Department of Android.

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