Norwegian browser maker Opera Software has released a final version of its free internet browser for smartphones running on Nokia's Symbian operating system.
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"Powerful smartphones deserve an equally powerful browser," said Opera Software CEO Lars Boilesen. "Opera Mobile 10.1 today brings the best mobile browsing experience to the world's most popular smartphone platform."
Other features include tabbed browsing, password manager, Opera Link and speed dial. Using Opera Turbo compression, Opera servers also shrink web pages to a small percentage of its original size to reduce data costs and speed up browsing.
Opera Mobile 10.1 is available for smartphones based on Symbian 3 and third and fifth editions of Symbian S60.
Opera released Opera Mobile 10.1 beta for Android earlier this month.