Yesterday we heard that an unknown something from Mozilla is headed to iPhones, but Firefox’s maker is being a bit more specific about Android: A mobile browser is in the works for the open-source phone.
Symbian and BlackBerry fans might have to do without, however, as Sullivan has misgivings about developing for either BlackBerry’s Java-based app platform or for Symbian’s phones. On all platforms, Mozilla is also looking for wider adoption of HTML5 standards for content and multimedia, to avoid the effort and complications of developing altered browsers for each platform.
What would Fennec have to offer on your Windows Mobile or Android device to become a default browser? What features do you hope make the transition from desktop to mobile? Share your strategy suggestions in the comments.