When it comes to smartphone operating systems, there are many to choose from. We have iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Tizen, Firefox OS, and Sailfish OS, just to name a few. However when it comes to platforms that are dominating, safe to say that iOS and Android are probably the two most popular platforms available in the market at the moment, but does that mean that other platforms don’t stand a chance? Well whatever it is, it seems that the folks at Mozilla aren’t planning on giving up yet. The company launched Firefox OS back in 2013 and had accompanying hardware like the ZTE Open and the Alcatel One Touch Fire.
Both devices weren’t particularly exciting, save for their operating system which was new and interesting, but could Mozilla be planning some kind of major push this year at MWC 2014? According to the folks at CNET, the answer would be yes. They claim that “Mozilla will return to the mobile megashow with a press conference to spread its message like wildfire, and to show off its latest progress and products.” We’re not sure if that was designed to hype up Mozilla’s plans or if the company really has something interesting to share with the world, but as we will be live at MWC 2014 ourselves, we will be definitely keeping an eye to see what Mozilla might have in store for us. In the meantime what do you guys think? Anyone excited to see what the future might hold for Firefox OS?
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