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.
This device reminds us of the design of Project Ara with several interchangeable modules. The starting configuration of LIFE 7 includes an IPS screen (1024 x 600) and a quad core SOC, clocked at 1.5 GHz, with 1 GB of Ram and 8 GB of internal storage.
The tablet is based on Android 4.4 and also allows you to update the camera (0.3-2.0 MPX), the modem (2G, 3G, 4G) and the battery (2100 mAh).
In addition to this economic device, XPX also, at the recent Las Vegas CTIA Super Mobility 2015, showed a new modular phone platform.
All the electronics of a normal smartphone has been split into blocks to be assembled in a customizable case. The customers can choose different displays, memory modules and various types of camera. These electronic components enable you to buy a low-spec modular phone with Android 4.4.2. The different parts are not enclosed in a plastic case so the assembly of the various components is not particularly simple, it requires appropriate skills and qualified personnel, authorized by XPX.
The original article was posted on the Phonebloks Blog.