LG Fireweb (LG D300) Has Reached Brasil Yesterday

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Firefox OS is a new mobile operating system, based on Linux and developed by the Mozilla developers. After Alcatel One Touch Fire, LG Fireweb (LG D300) has been also released on Brasil yesterday.

LG Fireweb (LG D300) Has Reached Brasil Yesterday

Hardware specs:

  • Screen Size: 4” (480 X 32o)
  • Weight: 122.50 g
  • Size: 11.38 X 6.65 X 0.9
  • 1 GHz Qualcomm Processor
  • OS: Firefox OS v1.1
  • Camera: 5MPX with Flash
  • Internal Memory: 2 GB + support for 32 GB microSD card
  • Battery: 1540 mAh
  • Connectivity: 3G

LG Fireweb comes with Facebook integration features, and some pre-loaded apps, including: Cut the Rope, Twitter, HERE maps, Firefox Web browser and Firefox Marketplace. Google’s Youtube Application For Firefox OS and many other apps can be downloaded via the Firefox Marketplace.

Firefox OS on LG Fireweb has been demoed in the above video:

Like Alcatel One Touch Fire, also LG Fireweb has been released at a low price, via the Telefonica mobile operator. The price should be about $59 or 129 Brazilian reals. Telefonica will also release Firefox OS smartphones in Mexico, Peru and Uruguay soon.

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2 comments on “LG Fireweb (LG D300) Has Reached Brasil Yesterday
  1. who knows says:

    http://gizmodo.uol.com.br/lg-fireweb-firefox-os/

    “Firefox OS chega ao Brasil em celular que custa até R$ 449 (atualizado)”

    Translating…
    “Firefox OS comes to Brazil with a phone that costs 449 BRL”

    Now guess which one…

    • Geekster says:

      maybe the price was modified and so, i have an old info. i will do some research and update the article, if i find anything different. thank you for your notice

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