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KDDI's high-end Firefox OS phone, the Fx0 (pictures)

BARCELONA -- The Fx0 from Japanese carrier KDDI is the top-end Firefox OS phone on the market. Here's a look at the transparent-backed design. Mozilla showed it off at Mobile World Congress.

12 Images By March 1, 2015


Mozilla, KDDI partner on 'high-spec' Firefox OS phone for Japan

The phone comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and features everything from 4G LTE to NFC support.

By December 23, 2014


Japanese carrier KDDI announces HTC J Butterfly

The sequel to last year's Butterfly S, the J Butterfly comes packing water-resistant features as well as dual cameras similar to the HTC One M8.

By August 3, 2014


KDDI bows superthin Fujitsu Arrows ES IS12F

The battle for thinnest smartphone on the planet gets another combatant with Fujitu's Arrows ES IS12F.

By December 5, 2011


KDDI haptic touch screen pushes your buttons

KDDI and Kyocera are developing haptic touch screens that can make it feel like you're pushing buttons on a keyboard.

By October 5, 2011


KDDI chooses 3Tera for cloud infrastructure

Cloud computing pioneer notched a big win with Japanese telecom adopting its AppLogic platform. The big question is whether Japanese IT shops will use the cloud.

By September 14, 2009


Motion-aware phones may be your new nemesis

By analyzing how smartphones with built-in accelerometers relate to everyday actions, KDDI Laboratories has apparently found a way to help supervisors do their jobs better.

By March 11, 2010


Motorola denies developing an Android set-top box

Company clarifies that it's not working on an Android set-top box. Rather, the device it's delivering to Japan's KDDI is based on an OS developed by Motorola called KreaTV.

By April 20, 2009


Google search heads to cell phones in Japan

With Japan's cell phone industry poised for a shakeup, provider KDDI hooks up with the tech giant.

May 18, 2006


KDDI to launch 3G April 1

KDDI, Japan's second-largest telephone company, will begin offering service from its new and faster phone network April 1. The carrier will at first offer service in a few select cities. It plans to cover 90 percent of Japan's population by year's end. Japan's largest telephone company, NTT DoCoMo, launched its own next-generation phone network in late September.

By March 12, 2002