Qualcomm and Opera Software have just announced that they’ll pre-integrate Opera Mini 5 and Opera Mobile 10 with the Brew Mobile Platform, as part of the Qualcomm 3Pre program. This way, Opera gets another confirmation that its mobile browsing solution is good enough to be available as a default on many new handsets.

Brew is a free platform, that’s supported by HTC among others, so we should be seeing an impressive amount of devices based on this software. Opera Mini 5 and Opera Mobile 10 will reach out to folks using feature phones, thanks to this move. As far as Qualcomm’s 3Pre program is concerned, we have to mention that it provides apps from numerous software companies, stuff like IM, navigation, browsers and more.

Let’s see ACCESS (NetFront browser maker) and Bitstream (Bolt browser creator) reacting to this news…

[via IntoMobile]

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