Firefox OS 2.0 leaks in screenshots

Mozilla Firefox OS logoMozilla has already partnered with several handset makers for the release of some Firefox OS-powered smartphones, which are now available for purchase in several emerging markets in South America.

However, it looks like the company plans on bringing its Firefox OS to more mature markets, but in order for the move to be successful, Mozilla has to make its mobile platform much more appealing to end users.

Firefox OS 2.0 leaks in screenshots

That seems to happen as we speak, as the first Firefox OS 2.0 screenshots have just been spotted by the folks over at GforGames on the Chinese blog site MyDrivers.

The new UI integrated in Firefox OS 2.0 looks amazing in comparison with the older version that is now included in all the smartphones available on the market which are powered by Mozilla’s mobile platform.

Firefox OS 2.0 leaks in screenshots

Firefox OS-based devices are among the cheapest smartphones available one the market, so if these screenshots are legit, then fans of Mozilla’s devices are in for a nice surprise in the coming weeks.

Given the fact that there are no details whatsoever on what’s shown in these screenshots or when exactly the new version of Firefox might be released, we can only hope that Mozilla will come forward with an official statement sooner rather than later. What do you think about the new Firefox OS 2.0 UI?

Source: Softpedia

Tags: Firefox OS, Mozilla, OSes

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