Nokia today finally announced a new Internet browser for its Symbian S40 devices. Named as the OVI browser, this will replace the default internet browser on Nokia’s devices running on Symbian S40 operating system.
The new version of the S40 browser includes a whole new look and feel along with the inclusion of Opera browser. Its internet compression technology helps reduce data consumption during browsing and thereby helps in reducing internet usage charges, claimed Nokia.
The new browser will also feature localisation based on countries and will support over 85 different languages used around the globe. Presently the localisation is limited to countries like India, China, Russia and Indonesia but more countries will be added to it soon.
Besides the new browser will also have few smart links, which includes one touch access links for popular websites like Twitter, Facebook, IMDB, Yahoo, Photobucket and Amazon to name a few, and later users can also expect customisation option being available.
Nokia Symbian S40 users who want to download this new browser for their device can access the OVI store directly from their device and get an upgrade for their device.