Anonymous, 23 Oct 2013epic fail... at that price 200 $ you get 144 ppi lol.. max price should be 100 $ . agree, in my country 200usd same price to rm600 which is 2x price for samsung young and nokia asha only rm 250
Please, if you wan't people to try out your new OS, make it significantly cheaper or give the option of a dual boot. If that will take up too much memory, give a service to have it replaced in store.
Anonymous, 23 Oct 2013epic fail... at that price 200 $ you get 144 ppi lol.. max price should be 100 $ . tell that to the apple...
epic fail... at that price 200 $ you get 144 ppi lol..
max price should be 100 $ .
Anonymous, 23 Oct 2013Bring this to the States!
Seriously, we only have a crappy ZTE Open available that has a tw... moreEven further: bring this to the whole world!
I agree with you, LG and Firefox seem to have done a pretty good job, even for a supposed low range smartphone, at least enough to interest me when it will be available in Europe.
There are just few points on which I would like to have answers: what about an offline GPS and office suite? Will they be both on the cloud? If so, in the case of the GPS, how to avoid roaming extra charges when a user is abroad?
By the way, maybe there are some people who want to have an idea about the available games on Firefox OS and its compatibility with Android apps.
Anyway, it is good to see new "players" coming that are trying really very hard to catch up the established OSes. Well done, guys.
All the best in the mobile OS industry. Although i am already a fan of your browser, i am confident that you will flourish in this field as well.
AnonD-199087, 23 Oct 2013Firefox os doesn't have any apps, they are just links to webapps like chrome osCan you plz keep your genius to yourself......
Firefox os doesn't have any apps, they are just links to webapps like chrome os
well, goodluck Firefox OS, the fact that you work with here maps and you moved away from that adbasesd wanabe "OS" it's a big plus, hope this and jolla will gain traction in the future...
Bring this to the States!
Seriously, we only have a crappy ZTE Open available that has a two year old security flaw in its chipset and still hasn't and probably never will get updated to Firefox 1.1. Not to mention ZTE has been found to have hardware-encoded backdoors in its phones.
I never thought I would pine for an LG-branded phone, but the Fireweb seems awesome.