Java-enabled phones: Opera Mini, the saviour of phones with less-than-awesome pre-installed browsers, is available in in a beta version of its fifth release, with an overhauled look, tabbed browsing, Speed Dial startup links, password management and more helpful tweaks.
The core features of Opera remain from the current 4.2 version, including the ability to turn on Turbo pre-cached content on slow connections and general speed improvements. New to this version are browser-top tabs, a password manager that asks if you want to save credentials after you successfully log in, and a new look and feel for the address and button toolbars. More of what's new is covered in the Mini 5 beta's video guide:
Opera Mini is a free download that works on many Java-enabled phones; a full guide to which phones are officially supported is available at the link below. Browsing on mobile right now? Head to m.opera.com/next to grab a download now.