Zen U105 Fire With Firefox OS Launched At Rs 1,999

By Vivek
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As announced a week ago, Zen Mobiles has launched its first Firefox phone called the Zen U105 Fire. Obviously, the Zen U105 Fire will be rivaling with other entry-level Firefox phones like the Spice One Mi-FX 1, Intex Cloud FX and Alcatel One Touch Fire C smartphones.

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The Zen U105 Fire comes in black color and is priced at Rs. 1999. It is exclusively available from HomeShop18.

 

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Zen U105 Fire With Firefox OS Launched At Rs 1,999

The Firefox OS is based on HTML5, has Adaptive App Search or the Single Window Search and comes pre-loaded with Facebook, Twitter and more apps. It also has Firefox marketplace to download more apps.

Zen U105 Fire: Key Specifications

The Zen U105 Fire features a 3.5-inch (320 x 480 pixels) HVGA display. It is powered by a 1GHz Spreadtrum 6821 Processor coupled with a 128 MB RAM and runs on Firefox 1.3 OS.

The low-end smartphone houses 256 MB internal memory, and it is expandable up to 16GB via microSD.

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In the imaging section, the new Zen U105 Fire employs 2MP rear camera with LED flash and a 0.3MP (VGA) front-facing snapper.

In the connectivity segment, users will get to see 2G (EDGE), Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. It is a Dual SIM (GSM + GSM) smartphone. The entry level smartphone draws its energy from a 1200 mAh battery.

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