One of the most highly publicized web browsers on the market just released a new beta version bound for Windows Mobile and S60 owners. Opera Mobile has long stood among the pinnacle greats as being an intuitive browser that exemplifies the user experience on mobile handset. Although Opera Mobile 10 Beta 3 is now available, only Windows Mobile users are getting treated to added support for Flash Lite 3.1
– enabling some lite Flash content to run directly on the browser. If you happen to load up a site initially and don't see Flash content displaying, you simply have to enable the feature under the Tools>Settings>Advanced and set plug-ins to “On” – for some odd reason the option is disabled by default. In addition, Opera Mobile 10 beta 3 will enhance the experience by offering a quicker response when it comes to rendering pages, zooming, and panning. Watch out SkyFire and Internet Explorer 6 because Opera Mobile has just entered the game with some Flash support.
via Redmond Pie