We have been hearing more and more about Google’s Project Ara over the last few months and now it looks like the first modules for the platform will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress next month.
Google has apparently teamed up with a company called Yezz, the company sells smartphones in the U.S. and Europe through Amazon.
Yezz co founder Luis Sosa recently told Cnet that Google approached Yezz to make modular components for Project Ara.
The company now has around 100 prototype components for these new modular smartphones, and they will be showing some of these off at Mobile World Congress in March.
As yet there are no details on exactly what components for Project Ara will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress, as soon as we get some more information, we will let you guys know.
Source Digital Trends
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