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Mozilla Seabird?!?

Discussion in 'Other Smartphones and Mobile Operating Systems' started by CRC, Dec 10, 2010.

  1. CRC

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    That was one cool concept. Forget the iPhone, hello Seabird! Quite an innovative design and amazing operational possibilities. I wouldn't be surprised to see phones emulate the Seabird's ideas in the very near future.

    If they did make the Seabird, I'd get one! That is the coolest phone concept I've ever seen (so far, anyway...;)).
     
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    Hey Mike...I thought so too! Is this another version of Android with FireFox attached, or is it it's own software? :confused:
     
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    It might be a little bit of both. Since Mozilla operates on the open source model like Android, it could very well integrate aspects of both.

    Still, it's so futuristic that, IMO, it puts the iPhone to shame.
     
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    Thanks Mike for the reply and info! :) Who knows what'll be around the pike when my contract is up next year? But this being a concept it may be awhile, then it seems like European carriers get it 1st!
     

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