Opera Mobile 10 beta 2 is now available for both Windows Mobile and Symbian S60 platforms, bringing a much more finger-friendly user interface to touchscreen handsets, alongside improvements in the download manager, Opera Link as well as better memory management among others. Several new features which are exclusive to Windows Mobile handsets only are shortcut support, the possibility of making Opera as default browser during installation and removal of a crash during installation. This beta version will still come with its fair share of bugs including the lack of support for non-touch capable Windows Mobile handsets.
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