Opera has always had its own position among the browsers. Opera browsers are available for a wide range of platforms ranging from desktops to handhelds. The opera mini browser is a dream come true for any mobile users. Its faster, lighter and provides a straight forward user experience. Opera Mini’s unique features such as Speed Dial, tabbed browsing, password manager and Opera Link, which synchronizes users’ bookmarks across multiple devices, makes it the preferred browser over the device’s native browser. With an intent of extending its wing span, Opera Mini browser will soon be rolled out to INQ mobiles. INQ is a brand backed by Hutchison Whampoa and are pioneers in social mobiles. They have launched several award winning handsets across many geographical locations. Their handsets are based on BREW platform. The BREW mobile platform is a brainchild of Qualcomm. BREW enables the developers to develop and deliver high end features in low end mobiles. INQ were among the first to utilize the BREW to develop feature phones that have social media and social networking capabilities. In India, they have a tie up with Aircel to sell their handsets bundled with offers from Aircel. With the availability of Opera Mini on INQ phones, their product line will get an adrenaline boost and will definitely enhance the Internet browsing experience of the users.
Handsets with Opera Mini browsers will be available from March 2011 in UK and other markets.