The operator Orange will offer a new smartphone bearing its signature, a sub environment entry level model with Firefox OS.
This is especially true in mobile telephony, with a much lower rate of equipment to that observed in mature markets such as North America or Western Europe, and it is hoped to be doubled till 2017.
Therefore the operator Orange will offer, from the second quarter of 2015, its Klif smartphones in markets such as Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Egypt, Kenya, Niger, Mali, the Republic of Madagascar, The Republic of Botswana, Senegal and Tunisia.
Behind this name hides a prepaid offer including a Firefox OS smartphone and six months pass, the cost will not exceed more than 40 US dollars, excluding refills at the end of six months. Envelopes of voice and data available per month will vary from one country to another.
Regarding the smartphone then, we speak of a model offering a dual-core processor running at 1.0 GHz of MediaTek origin, 256MB of RAM, a 3.5-inch screen with resolution of 320 x 480 pixels, dual SIM accommodation, a 3G+ network support with 21 Mbit/s, connections of Wi-Fi/GPS/FM/Bluetooth, camera sensor of 2 megapixel and a battery of 1300 mAh.
At the Orange press service, the smartphone will be offered exclusively in Africa.