28 supported devices (Firefox limited by hardware?), 51 specifically non-supported devices and 7 that can't run because of incompatibilities. I would have to say that Firefox is now running on Android - SORT OF. If they were to herald this honestly, they should be saying that Firefox now runs on nearly 50% of Android devices.
[citation][nom]back_by_demand[/nom]If this was IE or anything Microsoft all the FF fanbois would be spitting rabid foam by now.They f**ked up and no amount of backpedalling will hide it.[/citation]True, but contrary to the desktop environment where you can pretty much run whatever software you want with 6-7 year old hardware, in Android the old ARM6 processors SUCK. Android now VS 18 months ago is an impressive story. Can an Celeron Emachine with a VIA chipset run IE9 w/Full acceleration? Prolly not. Can the Eris run FF4 Mobile? Nope.
Can my Droid X run it? Yeah, but it still loads way slower than the stock browser, so the point is moot.