Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Opera Mini 5 & Mobile 10 beta 2 released for Symbian S60 & Windows Mobile platform

Opera has released the second public beta of Opera Mini 5 for J2ME and Mobile 10 for Symbian S60 (both S60v3 and S60v5) and Windows Mobile platform.

The biggest feature addition with beta 2 is the inclusion of Opera Link - a unique feature that allows users to synchronise their bookmarks and settings (including speed dial) with various other Opera products including their desktop web browser. Users can manage their bookmarks online at the Opera Link website. Also included is a new download manager, which works surprisingly well and allows users to pause and resume multiple downloads. It also seems to perform better and faster with low RAM devices like the N97 Mini.

If you have a compatible mobile you can download the latest versions of Opera Mini 5 beta 2 and Mobile 10 beta 2 from

Opera Mini 5 beta 2 on a Nokia N97 Mini:

Opera Mobile 10 beta 2 on a Nokia N97 Mini:

Opera Mobile 10 beta 2 on a Nokia E55:

Opera Mini 5 beta 2 on a Nokia E55:


Jeff said...

I tried Opera 10 beta 1 in my N82 but the font doesn't seem to work. It's a good browser but too bad I could't read all the text. :(

jenny said...

Opera Mobile 10 loads a heck of a lot faster on my 5530 XPressMusic than Opera Mini 5, and I am happy I can now quit it by holding the menu key, unlike with Mini 5 where I had to close it manually.

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