Before the Project Ara team heads into their Google hosted Ara Developers Conference on April 15-16, 2014, they've decided to go ahead and offer a bit of a behind the scenes look at their development processes in a new video.

Throughout the video, you get to meet folks from the Ara Team and get a quick look at some of prototypes they're working on and learn how some of those pieces will all come together to ultimately make your own personalized smartphone.

Needless to say, we're looking to hearing more from these folks and will be tuned into the Ara Developers Conference to see what, if any, new developments come from there. The future looks cool!

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Skyway says:

Amazingly cool technology. Truly innovating the mobile world, good job Google and all the other teams involved. Can't wait!

Qwkslvrmz says:

I really can't wait for this to come to us consumers!! It really will be freedom of choice to choose how your phone will look and feel. It will change everything!!

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Mobius360 says:

Pretty cool stuff right there

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Orion78 says:

This is what I'm really looking forward to next year.

zach_alt says:

You don't honestly believe this will be consumer ready next year...do you?

they said in an interview that they plan to have it ready for consumers next year. I don't know if they'll be able to, but thats what they said.

someguy01234 says:

You honestly haven't been keeping up with news for this device.

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Wicket says:

what has me extra excited about this is it really goes back to Android roots. When I first heard about Android, before Google bought it the idea was to buy parts or whatever phone you wanted and put Android on it and this gives users the ability to make whatever phone fits their needs both in function and design.

CBDrew says:

Exactly, it makes Android feel like a free experience of hardware and software which is fantastic.

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Awesome phone finally freedom!

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