Google Project Ara gets a competitor by the Startup ‘Vsenn’

By | November 7, 2014

The Google Project Ara modular phone project is now not the single project of its kind, now they get a competitor from a start-up ‘Vsenn’. The  Vsenn, a company co-founded by a former Nokia Android X program manager.


Now at the present time the details are light on what we can expect from the company. But its website,that is little more than a splash page for now, which claim a modular smartphone  which will running on the vanilla Android, and promises updates for a full 4 years after its release. In its  addition, the company has also offered some details which the phone will carry ‘maximum security,’ and that will be complete via  triple layer encryption and free access to a VPN network and secure cloud.

The Vsenn has said that  they will allow the customers to switch out three modules: the camera, battery, and processor/RAM. Further, the look of the phone will be extremely customization option will be available in these new Smartphones , offering a number of different options and styles for the back covers.

Further more information is yet to be release, and when we get the information regarding to the Google Project Ara or its competitor we will inform you.