Mozilla introduces $33 smartphone in India
0. phoneArena 26 Aug 2014, 08:55 posted on
So just how much would you pay for a new smartphone? In India, Mozilla, the company behind the Firefox OS and browser, has partnered with Indian company Intex Technology to unveil a low priced handset, priced at the equivalent of $33 USD. The Intex Cloud FX is driven by the Firefox OS, has dual SIM slots and a 1GHz processor under the hood...
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5. JC557 (Posts: 1204; Member since: 07 Dec 2011)
Seeing as how bloated Firefox browser has become on the both the desktop and Android I'd have to agree. The browser still has memory leaks along with other bugs that have long been complained about. Let's see how smooth it'll run with just 128MB of RAM.
7. saiki4116 (Posts: 373; Member since: 31 Mar 2011)
Especially in Linux, they have lot of memory leaks, open a flash video and close it, the memory it took is not released immediately, of course flash is a dinosaur
4. rajasasuke (Posts: 17; Member since: 19 Feb 2014)
Its amazing to see how techology grows especially in mobile industry.our generations had our hands on the mobile,tablet,phablet.. on our teen but future generations even hold the tablet in their kindergarden.
@india all is set in our country android one now mozilla,moto phones.w520 and chinese players mi3 and local players all play their part to reach techonolgy to even on rural areas..
only hurdles left is to introduce cheap internet plans and to increase broadband speed and the quality of service...it sucks
average broadband speed in india is 256kbs
6. domfonusr (Posts: 376; Member since: 17 Jan 2014)
First Spice Mobile, now Intex... Mozilla needs to hit the emerging markets hard with $30 to $50 phones, or cheaper if possible. If this behavior brings the price of Android handsets down anywhere close to the same range, then things will be good. If this brings Windows Phone or BlackBerry handsets down in price, too, that will be even better.