By Brandon Miniman | March 16, 2010 12:39 PM
It seems that Opera likes to keep their browsers in beta for a while, so we were delighted to learn today that the company is now offering Mobile 10 and Mini 5 in their full, consumer-friendly releases for Windows Mobile (among other platforms).
We were highly impressed with the beta of Opera Mobile 10 when we tested it. It brought a handy speed-dial opening screen for getting to frequently visited webpages, it was significantly faster than Opera Mobile 9, the new interface was a breath of fresh air, and the tab management was glorious. The final version improved upon these areas by increasing performance further.
Then, with the latest version of Opera Mini 5 (which uses server-side rendering to increase page load times), we got a native interface to allow the program to load more quickly.
To download either, point your mobile browser to m.opera.com.