YEZZ has recently become one of many companies to take part in the development of modules for Google’s revolutionary modular smartphone also known as Ara. Ara is an open platform, developers worldwide are welcome to develop hardware (modules) which will give users complete freedom over what functions their customized version of Ara has. Likewise, Yezz has always believed that smartphone users should have freedom of choice and freedom after making a choice.
“YEZZ is a trend-setting, mobile brand customizing their devices to the needs of the local consumer to provide the ultimate in mobile communication across the globe. A partner to mobile industry leaders, YEZZ is fast and adaptable, able to readily design, develop and detail a tailored mobile experience. As the creators of the freestyle mobile experience, YEZZ provides truly unlocked devices, giving the consumer the freedom of choice to design their own mobile lifestyle.”
At MWC 2015, Yezz revealed to everyone that they plan to become the top Ara module developer, at the conference they showed off up to 100 concepts, all of which were ideas from their staff, and it was clear that no idea was considered to be too wacky. Obviously not all concepts will be made, but Yezz plans on having 10 to 20 modules available at Ara’s Pilot project set for Puerto Rico this year.
But Yezz is still at it! While news from all Ara developers has been scarce, on their website, Yezz has revealed 28 concept drawings of what we suspect to be actual modules that the company will develop. These modules range from a gaming controller to other crazy ideas such as a Babies Rocket Projection module, a Box Pill module and a Candy box module among others.
Not everyone will like most of Yezz’s modules, but I am pretty sure there is a small group of people out there who will appreciate them. These crazy module ideas do however show that the functions of a modular smartphone truly are unlimited.
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