Good news from Norway! Opera, which makes one of the most highly rated web browsers for Symbian Series 60 based smartphones, has announced that a version of the browser for microsoft Windows Mobile handsets will be available shortly.
The browser’s killer feature is something called Small-Screen Rendering (SSR) technology which enables users to browse regular Web pages on mobile screens by reformatting the page eliminating the need for time-consuming horizontal scrolling.
As anyone who has ever used the Internet on a MS phone will know this gives it a massive advantage over the standard MS browser Pocket Explorer.
The company hasn’t yet set a price for the browser, but if it retails for a similar fee to the Symbian Series 60 version it will cost around £20.