I wrote about the first Firefox OS phone a while ago, but now you get the chance to see it in action thanks to the ZTE Open, a phone produced in China. The device is a entry-level smartphone powered by a 1Ghz processor, and features 256 MB of RAM, 512 internal storage, 3.5inch display, 3.2M FF Camera and a battery of 1200mAH. The specifications are not that great compared to other smartphones on the market, but we get to see the Firefox OS in action. The new operating system from Firefox is built on HTML5, so apps can be run directly from the internet. No app store is needed. Pretty cool, right?
Mozilla and Geeksphone developed the first smartphone that runs on Firefox OS, the mobile operating system built on open web standards. This is not the final version of the device, but rather a developer preview version, created by Spanish hardware manufacturer Geekspone in partnership with Telefonica. HTML5 will be present more and more in our smartphones, and Firefox OS features HTML5 apps that can make your phone vibrate, initiate a call or send a text message.
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