It’s raining phones this month. What’s even more is the fact that non-traditional phone makers are joining the bandwagon of smartphones. First you had the rumor of Facebook releasing two of its own phone, which Facebook it still vaguely denying that they would not venture into such a market. But we have news for you for sure that Mozilla in its blog has released a concept phone that will base on basis of open web.
After seeing the video you might think that, it is just another concept phone loaded with features, and it is certainly loaded with features. So is Mozilla actually serious about releasing such a phone? In terms of the market, the Seabird would certainly take up a large chunk.
Though the phone is a concept and might not be something that you will never see, let’s just see the specs:
- Concept design developed by Billy May
- 8 MP camera
- Dual Pico Projectors
- 45 lumens@960×600
- Embedded Bluetooth dongle
- 3.5mm Audio Jack
- Wireless charging
- Mini-USB charging
- Blue tooth IR Dongle
- Dual virtual keyboard
- IR Touch-pad Area
Now why would a company that creates browsers and other applications go into creating phones. Well it’s a simple answer as it is just a concept. But let’s see what other “competitors” do ever release the real one.