By Paul Iuzzolino 09/22/13
Many people have been really interested in the open-source Firefox OS operating system and phone companies such as Alcatel, Huawei, LG, and ZTE have began to develop phones that will run the Firefox OS operating system. Today, a LG D300 with the Firefox OS operating system made an appearance at the FCC. LG was the first manufacturer to show an interest in developing phones using the Firefox OS, so it comes as no surprise that LG would show the first pro-type of the phone. Aside from the LG D300 phone, this is all that has been seen so far. A device known as the LG D300g did appear on the FCC database, and at first people thought it was an Android smartphone. Now people believe that the LG D300g is going to be a phone using the Firefox OS operating system. This phone has Wi-Fi and GPS support. The phone uses 850/1900MHz cellular frequencies. A similar device did receive Wi-Fi support in early September, but the OS was not known. The LG D300 has a size of 118.3mm x 66.5, and the display size is 4.3 inches. A UAP file has been uncovered for the LG D300, which further confirms Firefox OS for this device. A LG D300f is also being listed at the FCC, and is possibly similar to the D300g. So now that we know about all of this, we shouldn't have to wait too much longer to hear some more news on the D300 Firefox OS smartphone.