Finland, Espoo – Home of Nokia – brings modular phone “PuzzlePhone”

| December 2, 2014 | 10 Replies

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Giving Google’s project ARA a run for its money, here’s Puzzlephone from Espoo, Finland. It actually looks pretty nice.

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You can swap out the processor as well as the camera.

They’re currently approaching a stage where prototypes can be produced. Yes, at this stage, these are just concepts.

OS wise, they’re looking to use a Forked Android but will then look for alternatives (Sailfish?).

This hopefully might see a swift change in trends from the ever slimmer bendy phone to the upgradeable varieties.

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Here’s a 3D printed demo:

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Via: TheVerge

Cheers Alvester for the tip!


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