Spanish startup GeeksPhone and Mozilla have revealed the first smartphones powered by the Firefox OS, with the devices intended for developers as opposed to mainstream consumers.
The two 3G handsets are the lower-end Keon (pictured on the left) and higher-end Peak. The former sports a 1GHz Qualcom Snapdragon S1 processor, 3.5-inch screen, 1,580mAh battery and a 3-megapixel camera.
The higher-end Peak, meanwhile, features a a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, 4.3-inch screen, 1,800mAh battery and an 8-megapixel camera.
Both devices also houses 4 GB of ROM, 512 MB of RAM, a MicroSD slot, 802.11n wireless networking, light and proximity sensors, GPS, an accelerometer, as well as a camera flash.
Mozilla has previously urged developers to create apps for the Firefox mobile OS, which can turn websites into applications. Elsewhere, ZTE is rumored to be developing the first official Firefox smartphone.
sorry to burst your bubble but the NOOK and the Kindle ( except eink) use various versions of Android ... oh and there will be an Ubuntu for mobile phones made prolly just peeve you off :D
As for the high end phone, it's using the Snapdragon S4, which ranges from dual-core A5's to their custom quad-core Krait; so yes, it's at least dual-core.