ZTE will be launching its first Firefox OS Phone, the ZTE Open, in the U.S. and U.K on its official eBay store this week, giving interested buyers a chance to try out the new OS on low-end specs that cost only $80/£60.
Geeksphone’s first consumer Firefox OS smartphone, the Peak+, has been made available for pre-order. The 4.3-inch device runs on Firefox OS 1.1 and sports a dual-core Snapdragon processor.
Mozilla and its partners have indicated that they intend to compete in the smartphone space, but a recent report suggests that Firefox OS tablets are also a high priority.
ZTE is all set to launch the first Firefox OS phone for consumers, and it’s going to be cheap. How cheap? Read on to find out.
Firefox will be holding a developers’ conference in India in the coming weeks in Goa. The conference will showcase many of the upcoming Firefox OS based devices, some as cheap as $0.
In a market dominated by Android and iOS devices, Alcatel has announced an entry-level handset running Firefox OS. The first Firefox based device is expected to launch in Europe and Latin America later this summer.
The Taiwanese manufacturer, Hon Hai aka Foxconn, will hire almost 3000 engineers to work on the development of the devices powered by the Firefox OS.