Let's give Firefox the benefit of the doubt. If it can improve the battery life (compared to Android-based phones) of the device, it might just bring the smartphone industry competition to a different level. Many will certainly welcome new developments specially if it means not having to recharge your phone in the next 4-5 days. Let's wait and see. Convince us, Firefox.
If it have a nice price I will buy it!
I like firefox, and a god spec is what I was waiting for.
I been waiting long time for a fairly good specced Firefox phone (actually Boot2Gecko for me, im not buying any carrier crap and the carrier dependency is what will eventually kill FF OS) but it seems LG is the only one making them and only for carriers.
Firefox seem to be doing everything wrong in bringing their OS out to the people. Super low specced devices that can barely render a simple website, low end cameras with no flash, 256MB RAM (!) and whatever, and then the only decent ones cannot be bought off contracts, duhh...
I know Firefox OS is supposed to work just fine on very low-end hardware, but honestly, I don't believe it does a good job at it. I tried Alcatel OneTouch Fire E in store, and it was laggy. Alcatel Fire S is still waiting to be released. It has approximately the same specs as Fx0, but 1GB RAM, which is a step up from Fire E's 0.5GB; hopefully it will actually help the performance, or Firefox OS 2.0 release will. Because if either of them won't - the future looks very dull for Firefox OS. And I pity the folks who bought all these phones with 128 MB RAM.
Now, this one might be kinda cool phone with Firefox OS which I might actaually want, but why do they use Snapdragon 400 when $99 ZTE Speed released today uses Snapdragon 410? For some reason the hardware of Firefox OS phones is so backwards...
With this " transparent " gimmick trends Firefox is going in Garbage-Box field where some homeless some clothes less people would buy this nonsense stuff happily.
When creativity ends then vulgarity sstarte. This transparent phone would belong to that person who likes to live on inner Garments and has a tailor made hole in front and back of each dress. Nonsense , ugliness is not acceptable in technology.
Very nice to offer another consumers's choice, we'r spoiled. I like it as it matches my skeletonized wrist watch and pen!
Very very very ugly phone. Only a fool will put money in this piece of crap. I will not use this phone even if given for free
The phone is not transparent only the case is.
You can't see through it only inside it.
I personally think it's horrendously unattractive. But who cares since it's running Firefox OS. Just like the LG G3, it will probably be selling in the bargain bin in a few months, so if someone actually wants to buy this thing go for it. There's no accounting for taste.
Im into design and believe me this has a huge potential!
You could put a few color leds inside it and make it look like a Christmas tree lol..
Maybe it sounds dumb to you, but think about all the teenagers or Asians, especially Japan. They will go crazy to buy one..
And if you really are a good designer, you can hit the gold mine!
Remember the Nokia 3220? I bought it for the light show when it rang : )
This smartphone is the first choice of peoples who want a nice look smartphone. Their transparent features makes it different in smartphone segment.
Transparent phone is like a transparent shower room, always exciting to use
looks nice my only problem is Firefox OS slap android in it and am sold
Why the heck should a phone be transparent? Someone enlighten me, coz I really wonder what was in their minds.