Opera Software has recently launched a native version of its Opera Mini 5 beta browser for Windows Mobile 5 and 6 devices. This version doesn’t require Java to work, so it’ll be compatible with any Windows Mobile handset, packing all the rich features of the Java-based browser.

Among the features of the popular software there’s stuff like tabbed browsing, a password manager, bookmarks, Speed Dial and much more. As you might already know, Opera Mini’s main appeal is that it’s able to compress data traffic by up to 90%, in order to offer speedy page loading.

This lowers browsing costs, a particularly useful feat for users relying on expensive data plans and roaming services. Right now, Opera has 50 million Opera Mini users and if you’re a WM 5 or 6 user, you can go ahead and download Opera Mini directly  on your phone from m.opera.com/next or find out more info from here.

[via wmpoweruser]

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