KDDI Introduces Firefox OS Smartphone to Japanese Market

23 December 2014
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KDDI will soon introduce the Fx0 smartphone equipped with the Firefox OS open mobile platform to the Japanese market, which the company says is the first Firefox OS smartphone to enter the Japanese market.

The Fx0 is the first Firefox OS smartphone that supports high speed 4G LTE data communication and is equipped with the Qualcomm (R) Snapdragon (TM) 400 processor. The Firefox OS smartphone is also touted to have advanced functionality and design encompassing the openess of the Firefox OS and a futuristic feel achieved under the supervision of world famous designer, Tokujin Yoshioka.

Andreas Gal, CTO of Mozilla
We're excited to partner with KDDI to bring the first Firefox OS phone to the Japanese market, KDDI and Mozilla both believe in putting people in control of their online lives, by leveraging the Web as an open platform for innovation. The Fx0 is the most advanced Firefox OS phone that not only embodies openness through its impressive transparent design but empowers geeks and other users to become Web creators.

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