LG Fx0 outfitted with a transparent panel is the first mid-ranger powered by Firefox OS coming in Japan
Are you curious how a smartphone looks like on the inside? LG’s just revealed in Japan a new model handset dressed in a transparent shell. The name of the new device is LG Fx0 and the special about it is not only its extraordinary appearance. The phone runs on the young platform Firefox OS and it boasts mid-ranged specs.
The unique design of the Fx0 is work by Tokujin Yoshioka. The dimensions of the attractive panel of the model are 139 x 70 x 10.5 mm / 148 grams weight. LG Fx0 is outfitted with a 4.7-inch IPS display with 720p resolution. In the transparent panel is working quad-core silicon with Snapdragon 400 chip 1.2GHz. In terms of RAM and storage, the device provides 1.5GB and 16GB internal memory accompanied by a slot for microSD cards. The operating system running on LG Fx0 out-of-the-box is Firefox OS 2.0. The phone comes with a 8MP rear camera and a 2.1MP front sensor. The assured features for connectivity include the standards Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC and 3G as well as support for 4G LTE.
The phone has a 2370mAh battery working under the hood. The mobile operator that is launching the new smartphone is KDDI. The release for the vast audience is scheduled for 6th of January. The transparent body of the phone is adorned by golden accents. LG Fx0 costs JPY 50000 ($414) unlocked. It is great to see a new mid-ranger joining the growing family of Firefox OS. Most of the currently available phones running on the platform are low-end entry-level devices. Fx0 is bringing some diversity on the market and gives more alternatives for users who are looking for affordable and capable handsets to replace their Android powered phones.