Moreover, what is more important about the new Opera Mini 8 beta is the fact that it is a lightweight browser that support even devices running on Android 2.3 and obviously it can be used by later versions.
It also retains all the essential features present in the Opera Mini for Android, including data-saving compression, bookmarks, Speed Dial folders, private tabs and bookmark syncing.
Few of the major highlights of the new app are as follow:
Customization option of layout: Choose between three different looks.
Saving data: Use up to 90% less of your mobile data compared to other web browsers. Get faster access to the internet, while getting more out of your data plan.
See your daily savings: Get a summary of how much data you use, and track your data savings.
Browsing privately: Go anywhere on the internet without leaving a trace on your device, with Opera Mini's private tabs.
Sync and share your bookmarks: Switch between your computer and your phone without missing any of your favorite bookmarks. Share your favorites to your friends, using your favorite social-network apps.
Managing your tabs easily: Get an overview of all your tabs, tap to open a tab or swipe to remove one.
Saving your favorite sites: Tap the "+" button on the combined address and search bar to save a page to Opera Mini's Speed Dial start page, to your mobile bookmarks or to read it offline.
Get the latest news: Read through top stories or select a preferred category and get the newest trending articles with the Discover feature.
You can download Opera Mini beta web browser for Android from here.