It looks like months of wait is finally over as one of our friend informed us earlier to day that Vivo listed LG D300 which is also known as LG Fireweb is now available online. Since July we are saying that LG is working on a Firefox OS device and within this year they will launch a new product in Brasil. Though few early report pointed out that the name of the first LG device will be LG Leo, but few weeks back we spotted a listing of LG D300 on Brazilian Telecom Ministry website that D300 is LG Fireweb.
As we told our audience earlier that, this LG device will be similar to LG’s one of existing Android device LG 5 II Single SIM. A 4″ screen with 1 GHz processor this will be one of the best choice for those who want to change from boring Android and also for those who don’t want to spend money on premium brand name such as Apple. LG Fireweb comes with Firefox OS v1.1 and has a 5MP camera with Flash for seamless imaging as well as a whooping 1540 mAh battery power the Smartphone well enough. A welcome improvement on internal memory from the previous two commercial Firefox OS devices – Alcatel One Touch Fire and ZTE Open with a 2GB internal as well as 32GB expandable via MicroSD card.
In a nutshell, here are the key specs of the LG D300 (LG Fireweb)
- Weight (g) >> 122.50
- Size >> 11.38 X 6.65 X 0.9
- OS >> Firefox OS v1.1
- Screen Size >> 4″ (480×320)
- Camera >> 5MP with Flash
- Internal Memory >> 2GB (Expandable via Micro SD 32GB)
- Battery >> 1540 mAh
- 3G >> Yes
For more information see the full specs sheet below:
Currently the Smartphone is available online on Vivo store for three different options – a) Post – R b) Control – R or c) Pre – R All three plans are available in 10 months contract. The Smartphone is only available in Black right now and by its look, we can guess that the Back has a 3D crystal finish back – we have seen on LG Optimus G and Google Nexus 4.
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