The Firefox mobile browser for Android may be about to get a whole lot better, judging by a tweet from its maker Mozilla.
The company took to the social network on Friday evening to tease a major announcement next week, most likely coinciding with Google's I/O conference.
The link leads to a teaser image (above), which states: "Fast. Smart. Safe."
With Google possibly announcing that Chrome will become the default browser within Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, it'll be interesting to see what Mozilla has in store.
Mozilla is also likely to release the recently-announced native version of Firefox for iPad, known as Firefox Junior, alongside the Android improvements.