Miami-based smartphone manufacturer Yezz is part of DDM Brands, which aims to produce high quality, cost efficient products for all levels of consumers globally. It was founded in 2011 by an expert in the mobile communications industry Luis Sosa. Now the company has a product portfolio of more than 30 low-priced smartphone models working on Android, Windows and Firefox OS, all of them support dual-SIM. The primary markets for these phones are Latin America, USA, Europe and Northern Africa.
Yezz has recently announced its partnership with Google’s Project Ara. According to press-release, the company is going to produce a wide range of modules for Ara phones, which will appear on the market later this year in Puerto Rico.
About a month ago Yezz promised to reveal some of the modules at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, which takes place March 2-5. The company did not disappoint and displayed the module prototypes a day before the official opening. The folks at CNet were lucky enough to get the first glimpse.