Yesterday, we were telling you that Opera Mini is really close to getting a new version. Well, today Opera Mini 5 beta was officially launched, bringing “a new, sleek look and feel.”
Compatible with both touchscreen and non-touchscreen phones, Opera Mini 5 beta is presented as the easiest-to-use mobile browser out there.
The new features that Opera Mini 5 beta comes with include tab browsing (allowing you to browse several websites at the same time), speed dial, and password manager.
Opera Mini 5 beta is obviously free and it’s available for download from Opera’s official website. It can be installed on any Java ME handset, although, while in beta, “phone support may vary.”
A video preview of Opera Mini 5 beta can be watched below:
Via Press release
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