According to a BBC report, the first mobile phone version of Firefox, the popular web browser is ''days away from launch.''
The browser, codenamed Fennec, will initially be supported on Nokia's N900 phone, and would later be available for other handsets.
The mobile browser is currently under final testing and could be released by the year end, according to the Jay Sullivan at Mozilla, the group behind Firefox, the BBC reports.
The open-source browser would be able to synchronise with the desktop version.
Development on Fennec has been in progress for the last year and a half.
The new software integrates many of the features of the desktop version including tabbed browsing and an address bar that doubles as a search box.