We’ve heard about upcoming Firefox Mobile, codenamed Fennec for Windows Mobile expected in next few weeks. The early builds of the web browser are available for download, but at the moment it only work on Nokia N810 Internet Tablet. So far, everything was theoretical only but now we’ve the first screenshots of Firefox Mobile Fennec running on a Windows Mobile Professional touchscreen smartphone.
These screenhots are giving a good impression how the final version of Fennec might look/most likely look like but even more important, the developers managed to run the Acid3 Test with a score of 88/100 - which is impressive for a mobile browser! If the screenshot looks crowded for a mobile browser, it's important to keep in mind that Fennec works in full screen mode most of the time. The location bar, tab menu, and even forward, back, and reload buttons are all designed to disappear when you're not using them. But Fennec does seem to take an interesting approach to tabbed browsing by presenting thumbnails of open pages, which seems both useful and like a potential waste of processing power on mobile devices.
Source:→ Download Squad