BARCELONA, Spain--The Alcatel OneTouch Fire is the first phone that runs Mozilla's Firefox OS, a new operating system for budget phones. We got our hands on it at Mobile World Congress. Read editors' take
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The menu uses a grid of round icons. Read editors' take
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You can't miss the rear cover, which is clad in Firefox orange. Read editors' take
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The 3.5-inch handset is as small as smartphones go these days. Read editors' take
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It also comes in a white and pink design. Read editors' take
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The orange trim runs around the sides of the One Touch Fire, as well. Read editors' take
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Whichever color you prefer, there's no escaping the Firefox branding on the One Touch Fire's rear cover. Read editors' take
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The One Touch Fire has a single physical control below the display. Read editors' take
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Up top are the power control and headset jack. Read editors' take
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You won't find any exterior controls on the right spine. Read editors' take
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On the rear side are a speaker and and the camera lens. Read editors' take
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And there's nothing on the One Touch Fire's bottom end, either. Read editors' take
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