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Mozilla unveils First Two Firefox OS Phones

In a market dominated by Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android, open source foundation Mozilla has brought out its own mobile operating system – Firefox OS. The Firefox OS, formerly called “Boot to Gecko” is entirely built using open web standards. In this new system, HTML5 apps can do “phone things” – they can make the phone vibrate, make a phone call or send a text message.*

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The non-profit organisation Mozilla  is planning so to bring the power of the internet to mobile phone software. Today, Mozilla took the wraps off the Keon and Peak, two developer handsets. Made in partnership with Geeksphone, a Spanish smartphone producer which used to make Android phones, these devices are meant to help app developers preview their work on the small screen.

This week we are announcing our new Firefox OS developer preview phones because we believe that developers will help bring the power of the Web to mobile,” wrote Stormy Peters, director of Web sites and developer engagement at Mozilla, in a blog post today.

Both phones will run Firefox’s HTML 5-based operating system. The Keon, which was shown off with a bright orange chassis, is Mozilla’s entry-level developer smartphone, while the Peak has somewhat more modern hardware specs.

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The Keon has a 1GHz Qualcom Snapdragon S1 processor, 3.5-inch screen, 1,580mAh battery, and 3MP camera; the higher-end Peak has a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, 4.3-inch screen, 1,800mAh battery, and 8MP camera. Both phones also have 4GB of ROM, 512MB of RAM, a MicroSD slot, 802.11n wireless networking, light and proximity sensors, GPS, an accelerometer, and a camera flash. The Keon and the Peak are unlocked GSM smartphones.

According to Peters, the “First phones will be available in February.” Prices have yet to be announced.

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