Unboxing the Firefox OS Developer Preview Phone

I recently got a Firefox OS Developer preview phone, here's my thoughts on the hardware

Here are some pictures of my unboxing of the Firefox OS Developer Preview Phone. I opted for the Peak model.

I had thought about writing up a "first impressions" post, but unfortunately my sim card won't fit into it and I wouldn't feel comfortable reviewing it purely based on its offerings over WiFi.

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The packaging it came in was very nice, simple but nice. I was kind of reminded of the packaging that the Amazon Kindle came in, that sort of recycled cardboard look.

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Accessories (not pictured) that came with the phone include;

  • Ear Buds
  • A USB charger
  • A USB power block (unfortunately this is 2-prong and is of no use to me)
  • A FireFox OS Developer Preview Sticker (I am partial to a good sticker now!)

2013-05-14 13.17.24Here is the phone turned on, and as I say this is pretty much as far as I will take this blog post. I will say that the screen isn't as responsive as I would like, but I am happy with the weight and build of the phone and it picked up WiFi straight away and grabbed the latest update, which is all good.

 


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