Google’s Ara swaping blocks project got us excited two years ago with the possibility of a modular Motorola phone, only to leave us waiting for more. Project Ara disappeared from view until last year when a summer tweet announced a possible device for the platform in 2016. Well, 2016 arrived and, instead of a smartphone, we should expect a tablet.
A GFXBench listing announced a 13.8-inch customizable Google tablet with a 1,920 x 1,080p display. Yes, we know, you’re not going to see crystal-clear, but it still deserves a shot if you consider the risky concept presented; you’re able to actually save some money from annual updates by changing only the parts that matter to you.
According to the specs below, Google Ara Tablet will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow and will be equipped with all the features you’ve come to meet in such gadgets:
No photos or design sketches have been leaked yet but we should know more in May, when the Google I/O developer conference takes place. By then, you’ll be up- to-date with the latest smartphones, wearables and mobile technologies presented at Mobile World Congress towards the end of the month.