Project Ara, the modular smartphone that promises to transform the way we carry smartphones, has hit a milestone, with the first group of backers confirming their plans to order a pair of the smartphones in September.
The news comes a day after Google confirmed that the project, which will be a collaboration between its mobile and consumer products divisions, had received a green light from regulators in India.
Project Ara is designed to allow for modularity and flexibility, and to enable people to create their own phones.
The company said that it would be shipping its modular smartphone in September, but it could be released before that.
The modular smartphone would allow users to create an entirely new phone and have its design based on their needs.
Its modular design is meant to make the device much easier to change and re-purpose.
This is how a modular smartphone could look:Google has been working on Project Ara for a long time, and has previously announced plans to introduce a similar smartphone in 2020.
Google has also hinted that its next smartphone could be a device that could run a full-fledged Android operating system.
But the company has not yet announced details about the product, or when it might be unveiled.
Last month, Google’s head of product development, Jonathan Wiblin, said that the company is working on a new modular smartphone.
He told TechCrunch:We’ve got an amazing modular device that we’re really excited about, that we’ve got to bring to market before the end of the year, but we’ve been working with OEMs and partners to understand the exact design requirements, and the final design specifications.
We have a lot of work to do, but that’s going to be really exciting for everyone in the Android ecosystem, including the OEMs.