FireFox OS Alcatel OneTouch Fire hits the FCC


Alcatel have sent their OneTouch Fire over to the FCC to received the official stamp of approval.

The Alcatel Onetouch Fire is only the 2nd device to arrive at the FCC which runs the open source Firefox mobile OS. The entry-level phone has been given the official go ahead and will likely go on sale in the coming months.

Like other Firefox OS phones the Alcatel OneTouch Fire has a small 3.5-inch display and is powered by a modes 1Ghz processor with only 256mb RAM and 3 mega-pixel rear camera!

Pricing is expected to be very competitive for this little phone, but how well will it sell when compared to similar Android phones?

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3 Comments

  1. qidamin
    June 17, 2013

    it looks like a soap

    • June 17, 2013

      +1 haha

  2. andrew
    June 18, 2013

    For apps developers the new Firefox O/S has opportunity written all over it, particularly in markets such as China, India, South America & the African continent.
    China’s low cost smartphones could do so well in these countries with an alternate to the other established operating systems.
    I believe ZTE will be manufacturing a range of low end phones.
    As Firefox is far less hardware resource heavy compared to any other O/S, I can only imagine how fast it would run on a smartphone with a quad core and a Snapdragon 600 processor on board costing US$150.