Phone and device specs

This article provides information about Firefox OS devices including specific hardware specs, codenames, default installed Firefox OS versions, and more.

Firefox OS phones available

The following table lists Firefox OS device models that are or have been available.

Note: For up-to-date information on commercially available phones, including countries they are available in and on what operators, consult our Find Firefox OS near you page.

Name / Codename

Release date Initial FxOS
version
Availability Comments

Alcatel One Touch Fire

hamachi, buri

July 12, 2013 1.0.1 Currently available Publicly available in Brazil, Uruguay, Italy, Germany, Greece, Serbia, Hungary and Poland.
Available from resellers on eBay.
Alcatel One Touch Fire E July 18, 2014 1.3.0 Currently available Publicly available in Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Russia.
otoro, unagi, inari       off the shelf ZTE phone used for development prior to the ZTE Open.

ZTE Open

ikura

July 2, 2013 1.0.1 Currently available similar to inari; publicly available on eBay.

LG Fireweb

leo

October 24, 2013 1.1 Currently available Publicly available in Brazil.

Geeksphone Keon

keon

April 24, 2013 1.0.1 Currently out of stock Developer-only devices

Geeksphone Peak

peak

April 24, 2013 1.0.1 Currently out of stock Was codenamed "twist" for a while; developer-only devices
Geeksphone Peak+ - - No longer available cancelled
Geeksphone Revolution March 4th, 2014 1.3pre Currently available Available online

LG Google Nexus 4

nexus-4

      Experimental. Not supported by either LG or Google. Discontinued hardware.

Flame

"the reference device"

Late April 2014 1.3  

Available to pre-order

as of December 2014 - Sold Out

Spreadtrum

tarako

End of Q2 2014?   Available soon  
ZTE Open C May 13th, 2014 1.3 Currently available Available online
Symphony GoFox F15 September 16th, 2014 1.4 Currently available Available through Grameenphone channels in Bangladesh only.
Intex Cloud Fx   1.3  Currently Available Available in  Snapdeal only in India.
Spice Fire One (Mi-FX1)
 
1.3 Currently Available Available in Snapdeal only in India
Alcatel OneTouch Fire C 4020D October 1st, 2014 1.3 Currently Available Available  in Flipkart  India
Zen U105 Fire October 16th, 2014 1.3 Currently Available Available in Homeshop18 India
Cherry Mobile Ace November 2014 1.3T Currently Available Publicly available in the Philippines.
Fx0 December 2014 2.0 Currently available Consumer phone, publicly available in Japan (KDDI.)

Firefox OS by version

Version Feature Complete (FC) date Release To Partner
(RTP) date
Codename Gecko version Included security fixes Release notes
1.0 December 22, 2012 February 21, 2013 TEF Gecko 18 Gecko 18  
1.0.1 January 15, 2013 September 6, 2013 Shira Gecko 18 Gecko 20 Developer
Consumer
1.1 March 29, 2013 October 9, 2013 Leo Gecko 18+ (new APIs) Gecko 23 Developer
Consumer
1.1.1   TBD HD Same as 1.1.0 with WVGA Gecko 23  
1.2 September 15, 2013 December 9, 2013 Koi Gecko 26[39] Gecko 26 Developer
Consumer
1.3 December 9, 2013 TBD   Gecko 28 Gecko 28 Developer
Consumer
1.4 March 17, 2014 TBD   Gecko 30 Gecko 30 Developer
Consumer
2.0 November 2014 TBD   Gecko 32 Gecko 32 Developer
Consumer (TBD)
2.1 Jan 2015? TBD   Gecko 34 Gecko 34 Developer
2.2 June 2015 TBD   Gecko 37 Gecko 37 Developer

Device specifications

Note that there are some cases where there is an upcoming device that has not been announced but where we are able to share the code-name of the device and (some of) the capabilities of the device.  DO NOT put extra info down for these devices unless Andreas Gal or someone else equally able to bless the public disclosure of the information has disclosed it.

Name Versions Resolution Display (inches) CPU Camera(s), Mpx RAM ROM Storage Battery (mAh)

Alcatel One Touch Fire

hamachi, buri

v1.0.1/v1.1

320 x 480
PX=1

3.5 Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 MSM7227A 1 GHz Rear: 3.2 256MB 512MB /data: probably the same as inari; specs say 160MB "end user memory"
Probably no built-in DeviceStorage, MicroSD card (up to 32GB) required
 
1400
Alcatel One Touch Fire E v1.3.0 540 x 960 4.5

Qualcomm Snapdragon 200
MSM8210
1.2 GHz
dual-core
 

Rear: 5 512MB 4GB   1700

ZTE Open / variants

ikura

v1.0.1 (as shipped) 320 x 480
PX=1
3.5 Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 MSM7225A 800 MHz Rear: 3.2 256MB 512MB

/data: 152M
No built-in DeviceStorage, MicroSD card required

1200

LG Fireweb

leo

v1.1 320 x 480
PX=1
4 Qualcomm  Snapdragon S1 MSM7227A 1 GHz Rear: 5 512MB 4GB

/data: 1007.90M
built-in DeviceStorage: yes, size unsure. possibly 3.7G, but that might be bad math.  (On an unhapy device /sys/devices/platform/msm_sdcc.3/mmc_host/mmc0/mmc0:0001/block/mmcblk0/block is 7733248, and then assuming a 512 byte block size, we get 3.7G)

1540

Geeksphone Keon

keon

v1.0.1 - nightly
downloads here

320 x 480
PX=1
3.5 Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 7225AB 1 GHz Rear: 3 512MB 4GB

/data: 1.5G
built-in DeviceStorage: 1023.4M

1580

Geeksphone Peak

peak

v1.0.1 - nightly
downloads here
540 x 960
PX=1.5
4.3 Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 8225 1.2 GHz dual-core

Front: 2
Rear: 8

512MB 4GB /data: 1.5G
built-in DeviceStorage: 1023.4M
1800
Geeksphone Revolution v1.3pre (as shipped) 540 x 960 PX=1.5 4.7 Dual-core Intel® Atom™ processor Z2560 with up to 1.6GHz

Front: 1.3 Rear: 8

1GB 4GB

/data: 2G
built-in DeviceStorage: 2.5GB

2000

Nexus 4

nexus-4

v1.3 - nightly 768 x 1280
720p
4.7

Qualcomm
Snapdragon S4 Pro
1.5 GHz quad-core

Rear: 8 2GB 8 or 16GB everything exists in one big soup, there is no external (MicroSD) storage.  The size of the soup varies based on what model Nexus 4 you got. 2100

Foxconn InFocus

flatfish

  1280 x 800 10 Allwinner A31, Cortex A7 Quad-Core 1.0 GHz

Front: 2
Rear: 5

2GB 16GB   7000

some phone thing

fugu

v1.2f (branch) per 320 x 480       256MB      

Spreadtrum SC6821

tarako

v1.3 per HVGA
320 x 480
3.5 Spreadtrum SC6821, Cortex A5 1GHz 0.3 (rear only?) 128MB (zram) 2GB NAND flash (external) + 1GB LPDDR1 (embedded) 32GB micro SD card 1100

VIA Vixen

community-driven customization of flatfish?

  1024 x 600 7 Cortex-A9 Dual Core 1.2 GHz

Front: 0.3 Rear: 2
 

1GB 8GB    

Flame

"the reference device"

v1.3

FWVGA
854 × 480
PX=1.5
 

4.5 capacitive touch

Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 MSM8210, 1.2GHZ Dual core processor

Front: 2
Rear: 5 auto focus with flash
256MB–1GB (adjustable by developer) 8GB 32GB micro SD card (USB 2.0) 1800
ZTE Open C v1.3

800 x 480 PX=1.5

4 Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 MSM8210, 1.2GHZ Dual core processor Rear: 3 512MB 4GB

/data: 1G

1400
Symphony GoFox F15

v1.4

320 x 480
PX=?
3.5 Spreadtrum 1 GHz Single Core Processor

Front: 0.3
Rear: 3.2 with Flash

512MB 512MB   1450
Intex Cloud Fx V 1.3 320 x 480 3.5 Spreadtrum 1 GHz
Rear: 2.0 without Flash
128 MB 256 MB

Data : 2G

Internal Storage: 46 MB(User Memory)

External -Micro SD Card : Upto 4GB Expanable

1250
Spice Fire One (Mi-FX1) V 1.3 320 x 480 3.5 Spreadtrum 1 GHz

Front :VGA

Rear 1.3

128 MB 512 MB

Data : 2G

Internal Storage: 67.9 MB(User Memory)

External -Micro SD Card: Upto 4GB Expanable

1400
Alcatel OneTouch Fire C 4020D V 1.3 320 x 480 3.5 Spreadtrum 1 GHz   128 MB 256 MB

Data : 2G

Internal Storage : 65 MB(User Memory)

External -Micro SD Card: Upto 32GB Expanable

1000
Zen U105 Fire V 1.3 320 x 480 3.5 Spreadtrum 1GHz

Front: VGA

Rear: 2 MP
128 MB 256 MB

Data : 2G

External -Micro SD Card: Upto 16GB Expanable

1200
Fx0 V 2.0 1280 x 720 4.7 Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8926 1.2GHz quad-core

Front: 8 MP

Rear: 2.1 MP

1.5 GB 16 GB microSDXC (64GB max.) 2370

Column explanations:

  • Resolution:
    • horizontal x vertical
    • PX=1, PX=1.5, or PX=2 is the GAIA_DEV_PIXELS_PER_PX setting that should be used for the device
  • Storage:
    • "/data" is the internal storage.  This is where IndexedDB and other stuff lives.  Storage is segregated on a per-app basis and is not USB storage accessible.  Data is potentially accessible via adb depending on privileges.
    • DeviceStorage are the places where the DeviceStorage API can store things.  Some devices may have internal storage (ex: leo), some devices may have external storage on MicroSD cards, some devices may support both (ex: leo).  This storage is potentially accessible by all apps as well as the user via USB.
    • Values that don't look nice and round are as reported by "adb shell df" in the "size" column.

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