Opera has released a new version of their mobile web browser for Windows Mobile, Opera Mini 5.1. The new version is designed to support Windows Mobile smartphone with larger anbd higher resolution displays, as well as smartphones with built in accelerometers.
Opera Mini 5.1 can now be set as the default browser on Windows Mobile smartphones, and it is designed to be faster and use less data than other browsers as it uses a backend server to compress content before it is sent to the handset.
Opera Mini 5.1 has already been released for Java, Android and BlackBerry phones. Now available for Windows Mobile 2003 SE, 5.x and 6.x handsets, Opera Mini’s server backbone speeds up browsing while reducing the data transferred to the phone. For users roaming on expensive networks, or with pay-as-you-go data plans, Opera Mini can cut your mobile data bill by up to 90 percent.
You can find out full details about Opera Mini 5.1 for Windows Mobile over at the Opera website.
via Gadget VenueFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Technology News