The buzz around Google’s Project Ara is getting louder every passing day. Just yesterday, the team mentioned about failed drop test as a reason for its delay. As it turns out, it was just a joke with the Project Ara team trying to be a little humorous.
Looking at the way things are shaping up, it seems like the Project Ara team is working hard to find a solution to keep those electropermanent magnets held together. The team also posted two more tweets, saying that it’s working on other components to offer better battery life and a better camera.
A quick recall, Google’s Project Ara concept aims at offering users the flexibility to customize their smartphone the way they want. It will consist of blocks (or individual components) that can be added or removed as per the need. For instance, users can add a higher megapixel camera, or a bigger battery, a faster processor, increase RAM and storage among others.
Either way, it’s good to hear that Project Ara team is working hard on Google’s ambitious project, while also trying their hand on being humorous. While information related to Project Ara launch date is still scarce, we think it’s just a matter of time until the team figures it out the right time to release the final working product.