Mozilla has posted about a concept phone called “Mozilla Seabird“. This open web phone created by Billy May is an experiment on how users might interact with content on their mobile devices and technology advancement.
With an 8 megapixel camera, Dual Pico projectors with an output of 45 lumen at 960*600, Embedded Bluetooth Dongle, 3.5mm headset jack, Mini-USB, Wireless charging, the phone looks like a regular phone, but what I loved about this concept was the user interaction with the phone.
You could use the Bluetooth/IR dongle to pan and zoom your photos in 3D space or augment the input interface with greater precision and possibly manipulate the content in 3D space.
Or else you could make use of the Pico Projectors along with a dock to provide an interface for input and possibly achieve a netbook type experience on flat surface.
However, Mozilla noted that this is just a concept and they currently have no plans to either manufacture the phone or create an OS for that phone.
Meanwhile, do check out the video below to get a better understanding on how this concept works