When you think of Firefox, the first thing that pops into your mind is probably a heavily customizable, top of the line internet browser you can use on Mac OSX, Windows, or Linux. The second thing you think of are actual foxes on fire. The third thing is a Pokemon. You probably don't think of Mobile operating systems.
Until now, that is. Meet the GeekPhone Keon and Peak. Both of these phones are running the HTML5 based Firefox OS and the models are primarily for developers, in an attempt to garner some excitement about building apps for the OS.
The Peak is definitely the superior model, sporting a 1.2 GHZ Dual Core Snapdragon S4 processor, with 512mb of RAM and a paltry 4gb of internal storage (but it comes with an external SD card slot). It also has a 4.3inch IPS display, 2mp front facing camera, and a 8mp primary camera. The Peak comes in white and has 1800mah battery.
The Keon is the lower end phone, rocking a pretty dated 3.5 inch HVGA display, a single core Snapdragon S4 processor clocked at 1ghz, with 512mb of RAM and 4gb of internal storage. A micro sd card slot is also in tow, along with a bright orange paint job and a 1580mah battery.
There is no official word on price, however, Firefox made their OS synonymous with affordability and that mantra, coupled with the less than mind-blowing specs of these devices probably means that these handsets won't break the bank.