Android's Mini 5 Browser Was Introduced By Opera19th March 2010
The Android version of the browser Opera Mini 5 has been introduced by the Opera Software which is in its beta version. This announcement has marked an expansion in the number of all of the platforms that are supported by the Mini 5. This mobile browser is available also for the smartphones of the Research In Motion BlackBerry and also for the handsets which are running the Windows Mobile 5 or 6 or those that can run the applications of Java.
It has been claimed by Opera that its browser is peppier than all of the other ones as it can compress the data by up to 90 percent before it actually sends it towards the phones, which is such a feature that can be really helpful when the phone is in its operations on the data connection that has low bandwidth. The software can do so by being a browser which is based on the proxy and which is connected to the server of Opera that can handle the compressions in a remote manner and then it can easily push the final results into the phone. This browser also delivers the web experience like the desktop ones which is quite familiar to the users of the PC as according to Opera.
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