Given the first ever version of Mozilla’s Firefox OS platform for mobile devices has only been released six months ago, you could say the operating system is looking fairly strong. There are four smartphones running on Firefox OS already available for sale, namely the Keon, Peak, Alcatel One Touch Fire and ZTE Open.
And a fifth one is apparently coming soon. Geeksphone, the Spanish start-up company that brought us the Peak, is already prepping a follow-up, named simply Peak+.
The details on this device are pretty slim for the time being, but based on Geeksphone’s claims, it’s safe to assume the Peak+ will step things up a notch or two compared with all of its Firefox OS-powered “cousins”.
“The new and improved” Peak version will be available for pre-orders in “the following days” and, aside from “new hardware features”, it will also come with 25 GB of free cloud storage. There are no words on pricing yet and, in lack of some details on specs, we’re not ready to make any guesses.
Remember, the first-gen Peak, which was initially available as a developer device only, came with a dual-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon S4 processor in tow, plus 512 MB of RAM, a 4.3-inch display with 960 x 540 pixels resolution, 8 MP camera and 1,800 mAh battery.