PuzzlePhone is a modular smartphone developed by a Finnish start-up, called Circular Devices, founded by Spanish engineer Alejandro Santacreu.
For those who don’t remember, this phone is made out of 3 major parts: the Brain (1), the Spine (2) and the Heart (3).
Hearts module 3.1
On Twitter, Joseph Kim, the founder of Hearts, has shown the 3.1 version of an interesting mHealth Project Ara module.
It’s a glucose meter, a very useful tiny module, made for a 1X2 slot. (more…)
BLOCKS will be available in 3 colour options, which you will be able to select after launch, and will be made from a high quality, durable plastic. Casings in other materials and colours will be made available next year onwards.
After nearly two years of development, BLOCKS has now arrived on Kickstarter. Google ATAP has delayed the Project Ara, but BLOCKS, instead, is ready to mass production.
The BLOCKS smartwatch will be made up of a number of modules and users will be able to customize according to their needs.
A company called Seeed has recently, on Kickstarter, launched an interesting modular phone.
RePhone will let you create your own phone in minutes with several modules, an accessible software and a customizable phone case.
XPX Modular Tablet
Click ARM One is not the only modular tablet presented until now. Last year the Chinese company XPX showed a modular tablet with a 7-inch screen, called LIFE 7.