Opera Introduces Mini 5 and Mobile 10 Browsers

Posted on 21 March 2010

New more efficient, Mini 5 and Mobile 10 mobile web browsers have recently been introduced by Opera. These browsers have been designed especially to compress the data that is sent to a phone, by up to 90 percent. This will not only speed up the brows time, it will also result in lowered bills for pay-by-byte customers.

Both the browsers are now available for free downloads and are compatible with a wide range of mobile phones operating systems, which include Google’s Android and RIM’s BlackBerry.

According to Opera CEO Lars Boilesen, the needs and wants of their 50-million-plus users, have been kept in mind while designing this browser. Great emphases has been made on speed, desktop-like functionality and data savings in the new mobile browsers, making it much easier for everyone to surf, search and socialize on the Web.

The main advantages of the new browsers include the high quality of the Web experience, the ease with which the browsers can be downloaded and the speeds at which they operate. Moreover, Opera Mini’s compression software can reduce the amount of data sent to a phone by up to 90 percent, leading to lowered bills of those users on pay-per-megabyte data plans, as told earlier.

The interface includes several features such as speed dial, tabs and a password manager. The program also allows users to sync bookmarks, notes and the contacts in one’s speed dial online, offering users access to their data from any Internet connection.

The Opera Mini 5 has been designed to be compatible with Java, BlackBerry, Android and Windows Mobile phones, whereas Opera Mobile 10 can be used for Windows Mobile and Symbian S60-based phones.

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