Firefox OS (codenamed Boot to Gecko) is an open-source mobile operating system for smartphones and tablets, developed by Mozilla.
The Firefox OS was announced in July 2012.
The first version of Firefox OS, released in mid-2013, was created for low-end phones to make them more accessible for people with limited means. Since that time, developers have added features to make the system more competitive with well-established mobile operating systems such as Android and iOS. Alcatel, Huawei, LG, Nexus and ZTE are among the vendors that have released Firefox OS devices.
Firefox OS was called Boot to Gecko (B2G) in the initial development project.
Mozilla explains the concepts behind Firefox OS:
Firefox OS 2.1 nightly build lock screen (Italian)
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