We all were talking about the Project Ara from Google. We also have some rumors about the launch of the device which you can assemble yourself from camera to display and to processor. We didn’t got announcement call but instead we got a look at the working Project Ara modular phone at ATAP Google IO session.
On the stage, Google engineer Rafa Camargo not only built the phone on stage by adding modules into the frame, he also turned it on, let it boot, and took a picture of everyone in the audience. Camargo turned on the phone running Android 5.0 Lollipop. While the phone was on, he then inserted the camera module. Now despite a new module being added on to the assembly, the phone did not require any sort of rebooting.
Well, this all looks like a dream but it happened at Google I/O 2015 conference where Project Ara mesmerized everyone with its capabilities.
Google is still researching and developing about modular phones and hope, soon we will see a public version of the device.