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BARCELONA, Spain--The Geeksphone Peak, designed for developers, is one of the first phones to sport Firefox OS. It's got a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor running at 1.2GHz.
A side view of the Geeksphone Peak, a developer phone for Firefox OS programmers. Inside the phone is an 1,800mAh battery.
The gallery app on Firefox OS presents photos as an array of thumbnails that scrolls vertically.
The back of the Geeksphone Peak shows its 8-megapixel camera. Firefox OS can control the camera through a newly developed Web-app interface.
Firefox OS includes a clock app, unsurprisingly, which you can use to set alarms. The Geeksphone Peak has a fairly sharp 4.3-inch QHD screen.
Firefox OS' camera app in action on the Geeksphone Peak. The phone has an 8-megapixel back-facing camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera.
Cut the Rope, a classic mobile app that's made its way to many different operating systems, works on Firefox OS. It's shown here on a Geeksphone Peak developer phone.
Firefox OS' contacts app lets you import contacts from Facebook. Mozilla plans to add support for Web-based mail systems such as Yahoo Mail, Gmail, and Hotmail later.
A long-press on the home button invokes the task switcher. This view shows one rough edge on the experience: the horizontally oriented Cut the Rope app doesn't fit well in the vertically oriented thumbnail.
Firefox OS shows a familiar grid of apps for its start screen.