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Nokia Launches Ovi Browser

|August 1 2010 |Nokia, Technology, Mobile Browsers

Nokia has launched its very own browser which is aimed at enhancing Internet browsing experience on its low-end phones in emerging markets. Powered by patented cloud-based Internet compression technology, Nokia's new Ovi browser brings rich web browsing to Series 40 devices that's fast, easy, and saves on data charges, claims the company.

According to Nokia, the browser helps pages show up quicker than ever and over the air data usage is reduced up to 90%, and it also includes an user interface that makes it easy to access  content directly from the start page without having to hunt through menus.

"We’re in the process of building up our global infrastructure to provide the best possible speed, performance, and reliability for millions of users. The team is working hard on the next beta version that includes new features and incorporates updates based on your feedback. Also, there will be more localized versions coming that are better customized for where you live," Nokia said.

The Ovi Browser is only supported on select Series 40 devices. Supported S40 devices include: Nokia 2700 Classic, Nokia 2730 Classic, Nokia 3120 Classic, Nokia 3600 Slide, Nokia 5130 XpressMusic, Nokia 5220 Xpressmusic, Nokia 5310 XpressMusic, Nokia 5330 Mobile TV Edition, Nokia 5330 Xpressmusic, Nokia 5610, Nokia 6300i, Nokia 6303, Nokia 6500 Slide, Nokia 6500 Classic, Nokia 6600 Slide, Nokia 6700 Classic, Nokia 7210 Supernova, Nokia 7900 Prism, Nokia X3.

Go to browser.ovi.com from your mobile phone to download. Find the browser in your Apps or Games folder after download.

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