Mozilla is releasing their first smartphones to developers so they can get a look at their new OS platform for smartphones. The problem is, it's not 2011. The [lightbox type="iframe" title="Title" href="http://slashdot.org/topic/cloud/firefox-os-smartphones-arriving-for-developers/"]specs[/lightbox] on the phones would have been impressive a couple years ago, but it's hardware seems to be lacking in many ways. At around the same price point as the majority of Droids and iPhone 4, there is no reason you'd buy one unless you want to waste your time on an unproven concept. Basically, they are making the phone, because it is powered by the Internet and gives users and developers the ability to use the browser much like that of Mozilla Firefox for your computer. Apps don't need to be built in the traditional way, specifically for the phone, but rather can be created from any basic html website. I guess that's cool if you want to be different, but let's face it, they aren't going to be taking the marketshare from Google or Apple anytime soon. Apparently these phones aren't even intended to crack the U.S. market and are more for emerging economies. Therefore, your official 'give-a-crap-o-meter' should be at an all-time low. But hey, they can't all be winners, right?