3 thoughts on “Opera browser on Pocket PC”

  1. The Audiovox in case is not a Pocket PC. It runs Windows Mobile for Smartphone, which is a little different from Windows Mobile for Pocket PC and for Pocket PC Phone Edition.

    A Pocket PC has a bigger screen area, is a data centric device and allows touch screen. The Pocket PC Phone Edition is a converged device, with the same characteristics, but with the addition of GSM/GPRS or CDMA.

    A Smartphone is a voice centric device, with a smaller screen, no touch screen, and with a UI that facilitates single hand operation.

    Although all these devices can be run programs developed with .Net and other tools, and albeit having similar interfaces, they have some differences under the hood and technically they’re in a different class.

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