Mozilla Concept Phone Uses BlackBerry 7130 and the Optimus Keyboard as Inspiration


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Designer Billy May and Aza Raskin of Mozilla Labs are working on a project, in order to design what they call the “Mozilla Phone”. This open source project has already spawned a concept device, largely based around a BlackBerry 7130 and the Optimus Keyboard.

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The Mozilla concept phone uses OLED buttons, that can be associated with web-based apps and functions or simply display a semi-QWERTY keyboard. Of course, the resulting device will use an uber-browser with support for full web browsing experiences, maybe even a brand new Fennec (Firefox Mobile) version.

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[via Yanko Design and GSM Dome]

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