Opera Software has just announced its intention to reveal the Opera Mini for iPhone browser version at next week’s Mobile World Congress 2010 (MWC). The exhibition of Opera’s product will take place in Hall 1, C44 and it’ll introduce a new way of surfing the web on one of the top selling phones out there.


Opera Mini is famous for its compression technology, generating faster page loading times and reducing data consumption, while decreasing your monthly bill. The browser comes with useful features, like tabs, Speed Dial, a password manager and usability as its definition.

Jon von Tetzchner, Opera Software co-founder claimed that the company will preview and demo Opera Mini for iPhone during MWC 2010.

Also demoed in Barcelona next week will be a bunch of fresh products from Opera: Opera Mobile 10 beta 3 (Symbian S60 and WM), Opera Mobile 10 beta (Android), Opera Mini 5 beta (varied platforms) and Opera’s cross platform Widgets Manager beta (WM and S60 handsets).

[via Opera]

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