Lemon Mobiles’ Stylish iQ 707 Gets Opera Mini

Opera Mini Integration in India's iQ 707Smartphone consumers of the stylish iQ 707 from Lemon Mobiles (A mobile brand promoted by Fastrack Communications Pvt. Ltd.), which was recently launched in the Indian Market, can now browse the web with the Opera Mini Browser. The phone features a 3.2 MP Camera, EDGE, quadband, Java and a trackball, plus the latest integration – The Opera Mini Web Browser. The Browser dramatically improves the overall performance and web browsing.

Opera Mini is the most popular mobile browser in the world which offers a server-side compression. That means that it shrinks the Web Pages by up to ninety percent before loading them on the mobile device. This drastically improves the speeds and the user’s browsing experience, and also saves a substantial amount of money on the user’s data usage bills.

VP Products at Opera Software, Dag Olav Norem, said that India has been one of their fastest-growing markets over the past few years, and that today it represents their third-largest Opera Mini user base after Russia and Indonesia. He also explained that with the rapid rise in the number of people who browse the Web from their mobile phones, users are only picking the best software for their devices, which is Opera Mini.

Director of Fastrack Communications, Gopal Kalra, stated that India is one of the largest and fastest growing mobile markets in the world, and that over the years, there has been a steady rise in the number of users connecting to the Web with handsets, and the onset of 3G services will only see an upsurge. Gopal Kalra also said that they are aiming to make every Indian a part of the mobile revolution. Kalra explained that integrating the Opera Mini with the iQ 707 was an obvious choice, because they want their users to enjoy a feature-rich Web experience while simultaneously minimizing their data-usage costs.

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