By Andreas Bovensandreasbovens. Tuesday, March 16, 2010 2:17:49 PM
Earlier today, we've released the final versions of Opera Mobile 10 and Opera Mini 5. Both are totally free, so be sure to download them to your phone!
Opera Mobile 10 is available for Windows Mobile and Nokia smartphones, and Opera Mini 5 will work on any phone with Java, as well as on BlackBerry phones. For Android and Windows Mobile, we even have native (beta) versions of Mini. Just visit m.opera.com and you'll get the available download options for your device.
For the occasion, we've prepared two Dev.Opera articles: a first one covers developer features in Opera Mini 5, the second one does the same for Opera Mobile 10. And as you've probably seen, Zi Bin has compiled a handy chart of standards supported in Opera Mobile 10, Mini 5 and Opera 10.5x for desktop.
Let us know what you think!
By Zi Bin Cheahzibin. Tuesday, March 16, 2010 7:00:00 AM
Update: see the latest browser support chart listing web standards support for Opera desktop, Opera Mobile and Opera Mini listed here.
Knowing the capabilities of each platform makes a huge difference in creating a great user experience across all platforms and devices. Many of you might be wondering about the capabilities supported on Opera Desktop, Mobile and Mini and how they differ from one another in that regard. We thought it would be nice to provide you with a comparative list of standards support across our three browsers.
Opera 10.5x for Desktop runs on the Presto 2.5 rendering engine, while Opera Mini 5 and Opera Mobile 10 are running on Presto 2.4.
For an engine-specific (and more exhaustive) overview of our standards support, please check out Web specifications supported in Opera Presto 2.5 and Opera Presto 2.4.