Opera Mobile 11 and Opera Mini 6 available for Symbian/S60

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Recently Opera announced Opera Mobile 11 and Opera Mini 6 at CTIA. Today Opera has just launched both of the version at their website. http://www.opera.com.

An awaited Pinch to Zoom support has been added in Opera Mobile 11 and Opera Mini 6. But still there is no support for embedded Flash Player. Well the HTML rendering has been way better and scrolling is too smooth in Opera Mobile 11 than in previous version 10.1.

Have a look at the following is the screen shots

Opera Mobile 11 – on Symbian^3 (Nokia N8)

Opera Mini 6 – on Symbian^3 (Nokia N8)

Complete features list has been published at

http://my.opera.com/operamobile/blog/opera-mobile-11-for-android-and-symbian

Features

  • Modernized new user interface
  • New UI optimized for tablet devices
  • Faster framerates when panning and zooming
  • No checkerboard, ever
  • Text stays sharp during zooming
  • Improved text-wrap on zoom
  • Smart-tap, auto-zoom and highlights links if ambiguous link click
  • Incremental zooming for devices w/o multi-touch
  • Buttons for jumping to the top/bottom of the page
  • Haptic feedback (if supported in hardware)
  • Share URL on social networks, email etc
  • Improved Geolocation support
  • Session restore

Rendering

  • Presto 2.7.81
  • JIT for greatly improved Javascript performance (was supported in 10.1 on some Symbian devices)
  • Adobe Flash support (Android only, Flash player available separately in Android Market)
  • Click-to-play, load Flash content on demand only
  • Application Cache
  • WebStorage and WebDatabase
  • DOM touch and multi-touch events
  • HTML5 Audio/Video
  • Support for CSS @viewport
  • Improved support for meta viewport
  • Support for Web Open Font Format (WOFF)
  • Support for Arabic ligatures
  • Improved form fields skin

Android specific

  • Fixed startup problems on Archos devices and Motorola Atrix

Symbian specific

  • Support native clipboard on Symbian 5th ed and Symbian^3
  • Support for half-screen keyboard on Symbian^3 phones
  • Added Thai, Hebrew and Arabic fonts
  • Added localization for Malay language (APAC build)
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