|Kyocera AH-K3001V becomes first Opera-phone in Japan|
Posted: 23-Apr-2004 [Source: Opera]
[The AH-K3001V uses Opera's Small-Screen Rendering (SSR) technology that reformats Web pages to fit on small handheld screens supporting cHTML and XHTML.]
Tokyo, Japan and Oslo, Norway -- Kyocera and Opera Software ASA today announced that the handset AH-K3001V is going to be
launched mid May in Japan, marking the first time Japanese handset users can get access to all the content that is available worldwide on the full
Internet. The AH-K3001V is available to DDI Pocket AirH\"PHONE subscribers.
The AH-K3001V is the first handsets in the upcoming new generation of browser-centric phones where access to the full Internet is the device\'s
key feature. These devices are designed from the ground up to allow for a great Internet experience, including a high-quality screen and an
Opera-branded softkey that easily brings users online for Web surfing. On the AH-K3001V users will be able to enjoy full Web surfing, made
possible by Opera\'s breakthrough Small-Screen Rendering (SSR) technology that reformats Web pages to fit on small handheld screens. Since Opera also supports cHTML and XHTML, Japanese mobile users will also be able to access their old favorite mobile sites.
Kyocera and Opera have previously announced the delivery for the Chinese market, under the names V91 and PS-900. The handset runs on Opera\'s port
to the MicroITRON operating system, and features the latest in Opera\'s browser development, Opera 7. Opera 7 ensures the highest performance,
with added speed and the most advanced standards support available in any Web browser today.
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