As reported by The Telegraph, it is quite possible that Google has plans to release its own smartphone later in 2016, and we are not talking about a Nexus handset. According to the UK based news publishers, the tech giant is reportedly in discussions with various wireless carriers about launching a smartphone branded under the Google name.
Google had announced this week that it was planning to postpone the launch of Project Ara, which aims to develop a way of allowing mobile users to build their own smartphones using interchangeable components. The reason? It appears that Project Ara smartphones are not strong enough yet to withstand accidental drops -- the pieces still do not hold well enough together for the smartphone to be realistically ready for daily use.
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