Yezz is a relatively unknown company in the world of smartphones that has been steadily making its way into the markets of Latin America, US and Europe. Yezz was approached by Google and offered collaboration on the modular technology of Google’s ATAP (Advanced Technology and Projects) Project Ara initiative. Currently Yezz is working on developing hardware modules for the Project Ara ecosystem. The company aims at getting hardware modules ready for the Ara market pilot launch scheduled later this year.
Less than a month has passed since we met Yezz team at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona and shared photos of prototypes of their modules for Project Ara. Those modules were 3D-printed, they didn’t contain any electronics inside but the ideas and concepts of future modules for Ara smartphone were presented in great fashion.
Other than a great look Yezz modules will provide a wide variety of useful functions to Ara phone users. A month ago the company outlined a few drawing concepts of modules at their website. Today Yezz revealed as many as 28 module sketches.
Here are all of them: