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Mozilla has just got its first Firefox OS tablets from Foxconn

Jan 21 2014, 6:28am CST | by , in News | Tablets

Mozilla has just got its first Firefox OS tablets from Foxconn
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With the obvious exception of the Mozilla Inc. themselves, the Firefox OS might not have got a bigger fan than the Foxconn Inc. The famous Chinese manufacturing behemoth has just sent in the first batch of Firefox OS based tablets to the Mozilla Inc. headquarter, so their experts can forge ahead with its development process.

The Foxconn Inc. had kicked in the tablets as a part of the Firefox Operating System Contribution Program. They are pretty much decent devices, with a stunning 10-inch and 1280 x 800 pixels displays, powerful 2GB of RAM, supportive 16GB of internal storage, and the facility of 802.11 b/g/n WiFi band.

The Mozilla Inc. has not yet revealed any other specifications, like the processor speed or the battery capacity, but they are really not that much important at this very point. The Firefox Operating System has been developed specially to run smoothly on very modestly equipped mobile phones up until now, and so any reasonably current steady processor/ battery combo in this tablet device should suffice.

The brand new Firefox OS based tablet is the Foxconn’s latest show of support for the Mozilla’s latest mobile OS. And last June, they had committed to be hiring about 3,000 software engineers, who would specifically focus on the development of the Firefox OS.

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