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- Dec 30, 2010
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The latest prototype of Project Ara from Google was shown off during the developers conference that occurred this morning. this one is called Spiral 2, and not only did they share some new images of it, they also showed off a video.
Here's a quote with a few more details,
Now with eleven different prototype modules, each of which will act as a reference design for third-party developers hoping to get onboard with Ara themselves, Spiral 2 supports hot-swapping those modules as well as making 3G calls.
The hardware for Spiral 2 is done, Head of Project Ara Paul Eremenko said, though the firmware itself is not. "Firmware is hard," he joked, inviting any firmware experts attending the developer event to contact him regarding a job.
Here at DroidForums HQ we were a bit skeptical of Project Ara at first, but the more we see of it the more we are impressed. Sound off and let us know what you think of Spiral 2 from Google's Project Ara? Will it make waves in the industry when it is finally released or sink to the bottom?