Here the reference is being made to the Project Ara which has been conveniently described as a skeleton allowing the components to slide in and out and fall right through their places. Though the company is a long way from the official release or even introduction, but the prototype is soon going to be finished and will be ready for a display. The CEO is expecting the prototype to be functional soon so it can join Moto Maker and become what it was initially envisioned to.
It might come as a surprise for many but it’s true that there is finally a company which has decided to support this newest concept and has made efforts to try to put it into reality; this is where the Motorola Ara comes into play. But so far this is only a modular phone concept and we can only look forward to the future and wait to see if it turns into a reality or not.
Motorola has recently announced its new flagship phone called the Moto X and the interesting thing is that it is developed entirely under the supervision of Google. Moto X is now available from AT&T in US with the price tag of $199 for the 16GB version while 32GB variant will cost you $249 with a two year contract.
Motorola Mobility in partnership with Intel Corporation introduced the powerful Motorola RAZR i with Intel Inside: the new full-screen smartphone that fits in the palm of your hand. Its Super AMOLED Advanced 4.3-inch display spans from edge-to-edge with virtually no border – giving you more screen with less phone. RAZR i is the first smartphone that can achieve speeds of 2.0 GHz thanks to a fast Intel® Atom processor. Jump from a game to a text and over to a playlist, then off to browse the Web – all without stopping and on a long-lasting battery that is 40 percent more powerful than the competition.