In short, imagine the phone as a pile of blocks connected to a central board, you place the display block on the front and the speaker, processor, RAM, and other feature blocks at the back, the following project claims that they will create an electronics revolution by proposing a phone that is built like Legos out of parts that all companies will build after they toss away the whole idea of competition in favor of collaboration.
Right now, this is just a concept, but I don’t see how you would expect one man to expect all of the companies to work together on part blocks when you can already mix parts from different competing brands inside of a PC.
On top of that, I think there is a good idea in upgrading a device by say, unsnapping the motherboard and snapping in a new one, but not in this type of fashion as it raises questions how you would get the wiring to work. (what I think is more like an existing skeleton with wiring that has docks the snap-in parts attack to, something which might be plausible as existing PC’s already have docks that you can plug hardware into).
So after seeing the video, does it seem dubious on how you would get the parts to work after snapping them together, or could this guy be the next great innovator?