Sunday, 23 February 2014

Mozilla Working On $25 Smartphone For Emerging Markets

Budget phones are becoming just as important as high-end flagships for many companies now that countries like China and India are opening up to smartphones and other electronics in a more significant way. These budget devices have generally been available throughout the world since they are still relatively costly at $80-100 but Mozilla may change that.
Mozilla, the company behind the Firefox web browser, has partnered with Chinese chip maker Spreadtrum to come out with a $25 smartphone, the complete opposite of $500+ devices like the iPhone.
Unlike many of the other low-end smartphones that have become popular in emerging markets, this phone would be targeted solely at nations with less money to put towards smartphones and devices like them.

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