Opera has partnered with seven more Indian OEM's to pre-install the Opera mini browser on Android devices.
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Opera has partnered with nine OEM's including 7 Indian OEM's, 1 in Bangladesh and 1 in Nepal to pre-install Opera Mini as an exclusive third-party mobile browser across their upcoming Android devices.
In India Opera has partnered with Micromax, Videocon, MoMagic Technologies, Spice, Lemon Mobiles, Wynncom and iBall, and in South Asia with Symphony Mobile in Bangladesh and Colors Mobile in Nepal.
Sunil Kamath, Vice President for South Asia, Opera Software, stated, “India is home to the largest number of Opera Mini users in the world. Partnering with local OEMs in India and neighboring countries is part of our growth strategy to take Opera Mini’s user numbers in the region from strength to strength. Since the beginning of this year, more than 100 Android devices with Opera Mini preinstalled on them have been launched in India, Bangladesh and Nepal.”
Manoj Gupta, Head –VAS, India & SAARC, Micromax Mobiles, said: "We understand the pulse of our consumers and hence constantly invest in strengthening our product and services portfolio. With an increasing amount of web browsing coming from mobile devices, Opera Mini was a perfect fit to delight our customers with a superior browsing experience on our devices."
Opera had previously partnered with seven other Indian mobile OEMs, including Karbonn, Celkon, Intex, Lava, Zen, Fly and HCL in May earlier this year. The popular browser has more than 350 million users globally. Opera Mini is available for a free download from m.opera.com. Users can also get the download instructions by giving a missed call to toll-free number 022 – 39386828.