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December 10, 2013, 6:28 pm
Before the good ol` Motorola brings out their modular smartphone, Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi seems to be also working on a similar concept gadget.
Xiaomi`s CEO Lei Jun, shared two pictures of a new modular smartphone design called the Magic Cube on Seina Weibo, before quickly taking them down.
Judging from the posted pictures, the Magic Cube seems to be a Motorola project Ara rival, that is some kind of a modular electronic device.
Each of the pictures phones appears to have a display in the front and three separate parts in the back: one of them is a camera and the other two parts could contain any combination of other components (
Even though there is no official confirmation from the Chinese maker at this point regarding such a project, it is likely that the company sees a future in smartphone modular designs, just like Motorola does and might indeed being developing an innovative smartphone featuring interchangeable parts.