Mobile Firefox enters testing next week

By this time next week, Mozilla will have unveiled the alpha release of its mobile Firefox browser, codenamed Fennec. But not too many people will be able to make use of it initially: the code will only be available for Nokia's N810 Internet Tablet. The alpha code is aimed at Mozilla community members, specifically to give the innovative touch user interface and the feature set a grueling workout, says Jay Sullivan, Mozilla vice president of mobile.

A release for Windows mobile is in the works, to be released "in the next few months," according to Sullivan. One possible interim option is a version to run on Windows PCs, in effect acting as an emulator.

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I think the nokia browsers alright. Theres also Opera Mobile and Opera Mini although you have to pay for one of them.

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I think the nokia browsers alright. Theres also Opera Mobile and Opera Mini although you have to pay for one of them.

If you're in the US you could use Skyfire, that is the only real browser so far, the others are crap compared to it (they can't run rich webpages, only render "simple" pages).