AnonD-134293, 24 Feb 2014I'm shocked by companies that think their OS can exist alongside low end Android. I am even more shocked from people using androids low end ;) no surprise that Nokia 520 was such a success
AnonD-134293, 24 Feb 2014I'm shocked by companies that think their OS can exist alongside low end Android. If it's $25... it will sell. lol
Don't talk to me about profits though.
im excited about this phone, when it will come to the phillipines. i have a android phone right now and i would like to try a firefox os.
If this gets real, then nokia will be be at the cliff. Nokia's asha range is the reson why it has a high market share. If such a cheap fone comes, then nokia < BBYE BBYE>
thats would actually be a good phone when you go out partying or clubbing. its even cheaper than those very basic phones!
I am for it if it has a touch screen and can give me Net access without lag. I never cared for the camera. LTE..don't need that. for 25$, I could not ask for anything better.I know this is very possible because in china they are selling similar phones for around 20 $ now. It does glitch from time to time. If ZTE can make it stable, they could have a real winner
AnonD-134293, 24 Feb 2014I'm shocked by companies that think their OS can exist alongside low end Android. If it runs better on lower specs, then it's worthwhile.
Otherwise, yeah, can't see too much of an advantage.
I'm surely get one if its available in my country for $25, if it's not good just throw away, just a cheap phone, no harm to try.
Definitely a good deal. I'll get some for my kids and nephews. Goodjob Spreadtrum and Mozilla. :)
this phone might never get to my country and if it does ,it might be sold much higher than 25$ but tbh I can buy it to support my android phone if it has java apps support,a good Facebook app and very good battery
I'm shocked by companies that think their OS can exist alongside low end Android.
It seems good for kids to play, when they want to borrow your smartphone, but you dont want to lend them, so lend this to them instead.
Let's see a review first, and some pros and cons. When Firefox OS was announced they said the apps will mostly be cloud-based. Now, $25 is a great price for a phone, but cloud? People who can't buy more expensive phones usually don't have huge data plans either. So I want to know about this issue first.