Firefox OS Smartphones Reach Mexico, Peru And Uruguay Via Telefonica

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Telefonica is an important mobile operator that sells Firefox OS smartphones in Latin America.

After the release of both ZTE Open and Alcatel One Touch Fire in Mexico via Telefonica, the carrier also made ZTE Open available in Peru and Alcatel One Touch Fire in Uruguay. For now, their target is to sell cheap mobile phones in pour countries, where people don’t afford Android and iOS powered devices.

Firefox OS Smartphones Reach Mexico, Peru And Uruguay Via Telefonica

Both Alcatel One Touch Fire and ZTE Open have similar hardware specs: Firefox v1.1, 1 GHz processor, 256 MB of RAM, 512 MB internal storage, and support for microSD cards and wireless. See these articles fo more information: Alcatel One Touch FireZTE Open.

LG Fireweb will be the first Firefox OS powered smartphone with better hardware specs, but for now, Telefonica sells them only in Brasil. Despite the fact that it is not a popular mobile OS yet, Google has already created an official YouTube app for Mozilla’s mobile platform.

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