105 million people might use Opera’s browsers today, but Opera Software cares even more about tomorrow. At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, new versions of the Opera Mini browser on Android, iPhone, J2ME, BlackBerry, Symbian and even the iPad will appear. The Opera Mobile browser will not be left behind either, with the latest version for Android and Symbian making their debut. Come by the booth to say hello, check out what is coming up next, or tell us what you would like to see from us next. We are in Hall 1, Booth C44.
Lars Boilesen CEO, Opera Software has said:
Our developers have been hard at work building the mobile browser of the future — for both consumers and mobile operators – We want our browser to impact lives in a meaningful way. It’s one reason we use mostly renewable resources to power Opera Mini’s servers. It’s why we make it light, so you don’t have to recharge your battery every few hours. It’s why Opera Mini and Opera Mobile can help operators reduce the bandwidth that clogs their networks. A browser may never change the world, but we’ll never stop trying to
Apart from the release of Opera for iPad, At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona we shall also see the LG Optimus Pad being revealed, Microsoft releasing details of the first platform update of Windows Phone 7, and launch of the Samsung Galaxy S 2, HTC Desire HD 2, HTC Desire 2 and HTC Wildfire 2, whose leaked full specs have been already circulated.
Stay tuned as we shall offer extensive coverage of the Mobile World Congress that runs from February 14-17th.