Mozilla has released a pre-alpha test build of mobile web browser Fennec which is mobile version of Firefox browser.

Mozilla's software developer team has announced that has been build for the Android mobiles. Since it is a 'pre-alpha' version, don't expect blazing fast performance from it. Fennec is already available for Nokia's Maemo platform based N900 and N810 mobile tablets. This new one Fennec browser doesn't have automatic update to nightly builds.

This build requires Android 2.0 or above, and likely an OpenGL ES 2.0 capable device.This build must be installed to internal memory, not to an SD card.
At times, the phone may freeze and a simple reboot will bring it back to normal.

Memory usage of this build isn't great in many ways it's a debug build, and they haven not really done a lot of optimization yet. This could cause some problems with large pages, especially on low memory devices like the Droid.
You can see the application exit and relaunch on first start, as well as on add-on installs.One can't open links from other apps using Fennec; we should have this for the next build.

Fennec on Android can also has features of syncronising Fennec's password, history and bookmarks between Android phone and the desktop.

To download Fennec browser on Android phone,just go to from your mobile normal web browser.