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New Color Browser for Mobile Phones Makes Mobile Services Easier to Experience
New Color Browser for Mobile Phones Makes Mobile Services Easier to Experience

(September 27, 2002) - Openwave Systems Inc. has launched Openwave Mobile Browser, version 6.1. Providing an easier way to discover, download, and experience new mobile services such as games, ringtones, Java applications and other types of rich content, Openwave Mobile Browser is now available on the PCS Phone by LG Model 5350.

Highly configurable and globally compatible, this version builds on last year's release for the Japanese market, which has shipped in more than two million handsets with color screens since its launch nine months ago. Version 6.1 is now being configured to ship in 35 mobile phone models from more than 20 manufacturers in every wireless market around the world.

Openwave Mobile Browser capabilities include:

  • Support for animated GIF and color support for all popular image formats
  • Improved WAP Push usability
  • Autofill, a feature that remembers and automatically enters URLs, names, addresses, anything that a user previously typed
  • A "save" feature allowing users to save and organize images and sounds from the Web pages they browse
  • A "snapshot" feature allowing users to save Web pages for later off-line viewing
  • Support for cookies and an authentication "wallet"
  • XHTML and Wireless Cascading Style Sheets
For more information, see www.openwave.com/.
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