What if Mozilla Made a Phone

What if Mozilla Made a Phone

Concept phones have always looked great, and show a lot of promise when it comes to features. Alas, its status is mostly stagnant, never seeing the light of day as a real device. The Mozilla Labs' Concept Series did just that, showcasing what is dubbed as the Seabird, a phone that will supposedly be powered by Google's Android, but comes with some nifty features. This includes a removable Bluetooth dongle that lets you operate the phone, and two side pico projectors that projects a QWERTY keyboard for messaging purposes.

Gizmodo - The Seabird is a design created for the Mozilla Labs' Concept Series by a fellow named Billy May. It's basically a community-driven exploration of how an Open Web phone might look. The design involves an Android-based operating system, "an 8 megapixel camera, dual side pico projectors, wireless charging, and an embedded Bluetooth dongle,"

And yes, like we've said, this is only a concept, hence you won't see Mozilla making a concerted effort to produce the said phone. But we are crossing our fingers for a big phone company to take notice and adopt this design concept into their new lineup. Check out more images of the Mozilla Seabird concept phone over here.

News for Past 12 Months