Firefox OS smartphones are the first devices powered completely
by Web technologies. It includes all the things people expect
from a smartphone — calls, messaging, email, camera — and those
that they want, such as built-in social integration with
Facebook and Twitter, location-based services like Nokia HERE
maps which include local transit and traffic information,
much-loved features like the Firefox Web browser, the Firefox
Marketplace and much more.
So you can take control of your life online and you can use the
Awesome Bar (URL Bar) to get where you want to go quickly.
Developers can now build apps powered by open Web standards
APIs that enable Web apps to access the underlying capabilities
of the handset previously only available to native apps (e.g.
camera, telephony, messaging, Bluetooth).