Remember the Nintendo Phone we covered recently? Well, Lee Huang, the designer behind it is back with a fresh concept, this time one that involves a modular phone, which I actually like. The modules are easily attached through a special hole within the device’s body. First of all, I have
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I have the feeling there’s so much lost potential in the area of modular phones, as if these projects come to a point, show potential and then get canned. Project Ara keeps getting delayed, we haven’t heard of ZTE’s Eco Mobius in a while and the LG G5 doesn’t have
Today we’re dealing with a concept called Project Aria, that’s so much more than Project Ara. It still features a modular aspect, but it also comes with holographic projection and other futuristic features. The renders were created by 91mobiles.com and the device is supposed to be “eternally future-proof”. Project Aria
Created by Ashraf Amer, the Yako phone is a modular smartphone, that feels like an upgraded next gen Galaxy Note. We’re dealing with a layered metallic design, a 5.1 inch Full HD display and Gorilla Glass 3 protection. There’s 2 GB of RAM inside, a 16 megapixel CMOS rear camera
It appears that the Motorola Ara and Phoneblocks are in good company, now that Xiaomi is preparing its own modular phone. We’ve got a render to go with that information and it’s shown below. You know the basics here: you have a core device and you add pieces of technology
The past few weeks have made us feel like the best days of the modu handsets. It’s all about modularity now, so after Phonebloks became viral Motorola went ahead and unveiled the Ara project. Now, yet another modular project wins a prestigious award, the Red Dot Design Award for 2013.
Motorola seems to have found some inspiration in the Phonebloks idea, so they started a new initiative called Project Ara, that involves a modular phone concept. The idea is simple: Motorola creates the skeleton of a handset, that includes a motherboard and some modules that you can install and replace.
Designer Julius Tarng brings back to our attention a niche of handsets that seemed forgotten: the modular phones. Meet the Modai, a modular handset that aims at turning your smartphone into your best friend. This companion device is inspired by human behavious and designed to keep you attached to it
Ever since modu, modular phones were never given much credit, so it’s good to see that such initiatives exist. Enter the Combination Phone, a concept created by Wen-Tsung Lin & Wan-Rurng Hung. It’s got a steady front plate and modular components and it’s pictured below. This device allows the user