The Seabird is designed to eradicate a few "frustrating physical interactions" involved in inputting data into a phone by tossing in motion capture and projected keyboards.
With its pico projectors, the Seabird laid flat could function as a netbook.
Plugged into a dock, the Seabird could provide a separate projected display and keyboard.
The smartphone is a concept only and does not mean that Mozilla has any plans to move into hardware, according to Concept Series' blog post.
This ZDNet UK-selected story originally appeared as Mozilla cooks up one sweet phone concept on ZDNet.com.