Opera Mini 5 Beta Released

touch-opera-openinnewtabOpera Software has announced the launch of its next generation mobile browser Opera Mini 5 beta, the newest update to the world’s most popular web browser for mobile phones.

Opera Mini beta 5 comes with new innovative features like sleek look and feel, Speed Dial bookmarks and tabs, together with Opera’s renowned speedmake. This new version makes Opera Mini the ‘easiest to use’ web browser.

Opera Mini 5 beta installs beside your current Opera Mini version without overwriting any of your existing files or settings. Opera Mini 5 beta is available for download at http://m.opera.com/next

Sneak peek into New Features
Sleek design: Opera Mini 5 features a new, intuitive and advanced look and feel.

Tabbed browsing: This desktop favorite is now available for Opera Mini. Tabs allow users to browser several sites simultaneously. This helps users easily jump from one page to another with the click of a tab.

Touchscreen or keypad browsing: Opera Mini caters to the needs of your phone, offering optimal browsing for both touchscreen and keypad-based phones.

Password manager: Opera Mini is a virtual memory bank, securely saving all passwords for e-mail, social-networking sites, online banking and more.

Speed Dial: Opera’s Speed Dial will greet you with your pre-selected Internet favorites upon loading the browser.

Jon von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera Software quoted In our own research, “we have learned that the number-one reason people use Opera Mini is because it is easy to use the Web you know. The idea of navigating the vastness of the Web from such a small screen can be a daunting leap, which is why we have long committed to make the browsing experience you are familiar with from your PC, easy to do on your mobile phone”

Opera Mini 5 Demo Video

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October 30, 2009 10:23 am 10:23 AM

i have 3220 nokia. opera will not work in it so sad. but company says its compatible

September 22, 2009 10:32 pm 10:32 PM

Yeah that might be the problem.. Opera Mini 4 works fine.. The more a software gets updated the more it consumes RAM!!

Anuj
September 22, 2009 10:28 pm 10:28 PM

Working fine for me!! Best mobile browser to say!! But its consuming nearly 15MB RAM.. but as its loaded with full with features, I wont really mind it. But as browser is heavy in RAM memory, I don’t think it will work on all models.

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