You’re invited, Opera to showcase ultimate Web browsing experience at Symbian Smartphone Show 2007

London, UK – October 11, 2007

Opera Software, the only company that putsthe Web on any device, will showcase the latest in mobile Web browsingtechnologies at the Symbian Smartphone Show 2007 in London, UK, October 16- 17, 2007.

Using the same rendering engine as the tested and trusted Opera desktopbrowser, Opera’s mobile products offer users exceptional speed with accessto the full Internet including robust Web 2.0 applications with advancedfeatures. Today, Opera’s mobile Web browsing solutions – Opera Mobile andOpera Mini – are deployed on more than 70 million handsets worldwide.

Opera Mobile is the browser of choice for leading smartphone operators andhandset manufacturers including Sony Ericsson, Motorola, HTC, KDDI,Kyocera, and many more. Opera Mobile is a proven, versatile andcomprehensive solution which delivers high performance browsing on featurerich phones, powering greater end-user online productivity and fuelinghigher data ARPU. In addition to smartphones, Opera Mobile is deployed onmillions of portable Web-enabled devices such as handheld gaming consoles,set-top boxes and media players.

Also featured at the booth will be Opera Mini. With a user base of over 20million, Opera Mini is one of the world’s top downloaded mobileapplications. Opera Mini offers superior performance in environments withlimited memory and CPU resources. For operators, a turnkey white-labeledOpera Mini solution, such as T-Mobile’s Web’N’Walk, can provide full Webaccess without compromise to the widest user base possible. The result issignificantly increased data ARPU and lower data delivery costs.

Demonstrations at the Opera Booth (Number 33) will include:

  • A range of latest smartphones, powered by Opera Software, including the Sony Ericsson P1, Motorola Z8, and others.
  • Opera on HTC Ameo featuring Opera Mobile browser
  • Opera on game consoles

“Demand for mobile Internet access is increasing significantly withexplosive growth projections in countries such as France, UK, Japan, Chinaand India,” said Jon von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera Software. “Accessing theInternet on a mobile device is no longer a novelty for consumers in themajor global economies. It’s becoming a common, everyday occurrence formany people. Avid mobile Web users demand the best possible experience ontheir handsets. Opera’s solutions continue to be the choice for operatorsand manufacturers as it enables faster time to market and reduces costswithout compromising user experience.”

Visit Opera Software at Booth 33 to experience the next level in mobileWeb browsing.