1. Motorola Ara
Enter, the modular smartphone. “We want to do for hardware what the Android platform has done for software: Create a vibrant third-party developer ecosystem, lower the barriers to entry, increase the pace of innovation, and substantially compress development timelines,” says Motorola in its blog. The company aims to make it unnecessary for users to buy an entire phone every couple of years; users can replace parts as and when required, and, in the process, cut down the amount of e-waste they generate.
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