Mozilla Firefox Coming With New Operating System For Mobiles In 2013News — By Naveen Vaidhya on July 3, 2012 at 6:08 am
Mozilla the maker of famous Firefox browser has declared that they and various partners will be releasing a new mobile operating system in 2013 based over the similar Web standards, which make the desktop browser tremendous. The project actually known as Boot2Gecko, which will make debut as Firefox OS. This idea has been bubbling for little time now, and there have also been workable prototype. However by forming a launch window and logging in few several partners, Mozilla has showed that the new operating system is no longer only a hobby.
Firefox operating system for mobile would be completely based on HTML5 standards that is to say that, each tool and app would be form of rich web page. However that overgeneralizes the case, as already HTML5’s toolset confirmed to be capable of making all forms of powerful and rich Web apps, and it is a well-established, public set of standards, the operating system must be much accessible and open than Android that was made with the thought of being accessible and open.
Your contacts, camera, text messages and more would actually all run within HTML5 frameworks that sounds weird till you consider how completely-features and strong existing web apps are, for instance Dropbox and Google Docs.
TCL and ZTE are Mozilla’s hardware partners: 2 Chinese makers, which are not as high-profile as Samsung or Motorola likes, majorly because they concentrate on the less cost smartphone and highly emerging markets. And undeniably, that is also the aim of Firefox mobile operating system, it will not be as completely-features as Android or iOS, however it will be open, complete and simple to organize with no obstructive licensing revenue or contracts sharing with firms like Apple. That will be appealing for companies and carriers looking to diminish fuss and cost. The mobile operating system will release in early 2012 in Brazil, however must come to United States Sprint sometime after that.