ZTE was tipped to release a number of smartphones at this years hotly anticipated Mobile World Congress, yet only a few of us will have been aware of the rumours surrounding the company unveiling one running Firefox OS. Now, that has indeed happened.
The ZTE Open is a cute looking smartphone running Firefox OS, an operating system which has been in development now for a good few years. It is a low-end handset built to a budget, sporting a lowly 480 x 320 pixel resolution display, Qualcomm MSM7225A processor, 256MB of RAM and just 512MB of internal storage. It is for all intents and purposes a smartphone being pitched at those looking to test out Firefox OS, and its chic design is sure to appeal to those looking for a basic smartphone experience.
ZTE have not announced availability or pricing on this intriguing handset, however Pocket-Lint has got their hands on it. Head on over there (linked, below) to check it out.
Hands on: Pocket-Lint
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