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I hate Google Androids when is firefox going to sell their Smartphones in the US?

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https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/os/devices/ I am ready to purchase a smartphone from Firefox but noticed it is not sold in the US. When or will it be available ? Thank you

https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/os/devices/ I am ready to purchase a smartphone from Firefox but noticed it is not sold in the US. When or will it be available ? Thank you

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hi LLew1010, as mozilla has announced that they were stopping commercial partnerships with phone manufacturers/telecoms to get firefox os phones to market, this is getting more unlikely to happen... there are some android devices though that can be flashed with firefox os, in case you are interested in that: https://firefoxos.mozilla.community/devices/

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hi LLew1010, as mozilla has announced that they were stopping commercial partnerships with phone manufacturers/telecoms to get firefox os phones to market, this is getting more unlikely to happen... there are some android devices though that can be flashed with firefox os, in case you are interested in that: https://firefoxos.mozilla.community/devices/

hi LLew1010, as mozilla has announced that they were stopping commercial partnerships with phone manufacturers/telecoms to get firefox os phones to market, this is getting more unlikely to happen... there are some android devices though that can be flashed with firefox os, in case you are interested in that: https://firefoxos.mozilla.community/devices/

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Thank you!

Thank you!
shengchieh 1 solutions 4 answers

Followup question:

Do you have to worry about the frequency setting? I.e., suppose I get a Nexus 5 (or another phone) that works on Verizon (or another network). I install firefox OS - wiping out Android. Will the phone still just work on Verizon? Or do I need to fiddle more?

I am not a geek (advanced user) - just like things to work with little hassle.

Sheng-Chieh

Followup question: Do you have to worry about the frequency setting? I.e., suppose I get a Nexus 5 (or another phone) that works on Verizon (or another network). I install firefox OS - wiping out Android. Will the phone still just work on Verizon? Or do I need to fiddle more? I am not a geek (advanced user) - just like things to work with little hassle. Sheng-Chieh