A new Firefox OS Phone from LG: Fireweb

photos by engadget.com


I’ve seen the Keon and some people kindly enough to lend it to me and let me play for a while.
During Mozilla Summit 2013 in Santa Clara, I’ve also played with some of the devices made by ZTE. Never a fans of ZTE phones. Has one long time a go in the early day of Android, and it was so … well, couldn’t find a proper english word to describe it.
I’ve seen the list of possible partner on spreading the Firefox OS with Sony, FoxConn, Huawei, LG, TCL, Spreadtrum there along with ZTE.
I’ve seen the Geekphone Peak showed by Gary K. (Mozilla Security Engineer) at MozHQ Mountain View

But this LG Fireweb is something!
FYI, LG is launching its first Mozilla Firefox OS phone called the LG Fireweb (LG D300). The phone will be available soon in Brazil from wireless carrier Telefonica.
Like most other Firefox handsets, the Fireweb is an entry-level class. But, Fireweb has something that help set it apart from the ZTE Open and Alcatel One Touch Fire, including a 5MP camera with auto-focus and an LED flash. The spec is:

Screen Size: 4” (480 X 32o)
Weight: 122.50 g
Size: 11.38 X 6.65 X 0.9
OS: Firefox OS v1.1
Camera: 5MPX with Flash
Internal Memory: 2 GB + support for 32 GB microSD card
Battery: 1540 mAh
Connectivity: 3G

You can read the full spec detail in here

Hi, i am Nuri. Just another IT guy working on fintech and telco at Jakarta, Indonesia. While tech stuff became my daily breakfast, i also love to travel around the globe and taking photos also. I DJ on my spare time while dealing with any mess my 9 cats made at home :)

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