Microsoft is going to deliver Opera Mini as default browser on phones




Microsoft is Opera Mini browser as flour feathers on the Asha phones, S30 or S40 operating system. Microsoft stops thus to deliver the Nokia Xpress browser on these cheap devices.

Thanks to the licensing new devices default Opera Mini will have the firmware while current Microsoft users will ‘encourage’ to exchange for Opera Mini, the Xpress browser says the Norwegian browser maker. The mobile browser is distinguished from many other web browsers as Opera serves up pages through its own server, which compresses images so that the phone less data needs to retrieve. Microsoft also does something with its own Sense Data Service for Internet Explorer on Windows Phone.

It seems that Microsoft wants to get rid of developing its own browser for cheap phones by the agreement. Perhaps that is necessary now that Microsoft is working to half the staff that Nokia has taken to dismiss . Microsoft continues to make it inexpensive devices under the Nokia brand.

This will give a large majority of the devices that Microsoft sells under the Nokia brand a browser with Opera. Microsoft sells an estimated tens of millions of these devices every quarter, often with prices far below the hundred euros. Sales of Nokia’s Windows Phones continue quarterly stabbing between five million and nine million.

Opera Mini on Nokia Asha 501


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