Mozilla looks likely to be unveiling its Firefox for Mobile browser on the Google Android platform soon.
Camp-firefox.de is stating that the first version of the program will be coming next month, although it will only be in beta.
Firefox for Mobile offers a number of upgraded features over the current WebKit-based browser on Android phones, such as tabbed browsing and synchronisation with your desktop browser and bookmarks.
Ready to go?
According to reports, a majority of the work is already complete on the software, and given the potential for Android in 2010, a browser version for this platform makes sense.
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Firefox for Mobile is already available for the N900 and selected Windows Mobile phones, but not as a full download in all cases as yet.