Opera browser used in T-Mobile N70 phones

October 14, 2005

Norway's Opera Software will supply browsers for the N70 phones offered under T-Mobile's Web n' Walk marketing effort.

Opera said Friday the browser would give users full wireless access to the Internet, e-mail and instant-messaging services through the N70 phones built by Nokia.

In the name of greater customer productivity, Opera notes that the N70 includes not only Web access but telephony, a 2-megapixel camera and even an FM radio.

The N70 is the third 3G phone in the Walk n' Web line and will be available initially only in the British market.

Copyright 2005 by United Press International

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