Mozilla releases £20 smartphone in India

Sooraj Shah
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Intex Cloud FX will 'enable the masses to get a smartphone experience at the cost of a feature phone', says phone manufacturer

Mozilla, the firm behind the Firefox browser, has released a budget smartphone in India that will be sold for only 1,999 rupees (£20). The phone, dubbed Intex Cloud FX, will be sold exclusively on Indian...

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