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Apr 22, 2013

Firefox-Based KEON Smartphone Receives FCC Approval

Last week, Spanish company Geeksphone announced that the entry-level Keon and Peak smartphones powered by Firefox OS would be available for purchase via its online store.

According to the handset manufacturer, both smartphones will be available for order anywhere in the world for €91 / $119 and €149 / $195, respectively. A few days after the official announcement, Engadget reports that Keon, the most affordable of the two, has just received FCC’s (Federal Communications Commission) approval.

As expected, the smartphone comes equipped with a decent; 3.5-inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen display, a 1GHz single-core processor and a 1580 mAh Li-Ion battery. Customers in the United States who wish to order the Keon should also know that the device features support for GPRS / GSM / WCDMA 850 MHz and 1900 MHz bands, which makes it fully compatible with AT&T’s network.

Keon smartphone at FCC
Image credits to Engadget


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