If you happen to be one of the few lucky people on the planet who happens to own a Nokia N900, this is to inform you that Mozilla, the same company who releases browsers for PC, has just pushed a Release Candidate of its mobile browser, the Fennec for the N900 and the N810.
The browser, which we talked about last week, is seeing its last stages of development and this Release candidate is just a precursor to its imminent launch. Fennec's N900 avatar promises to make you "forget about the clunky, stripped-down mobile Web you're used to". The feature set includes the Awesome Bar, Password Manager, tabbed browsing, location-aware browsing, one-touch bookmarking and desktop syncing. Firefox's traditional strength with add-ons is passed on here as well and the Fennec supports a variety of add-ons with lots more coming up in the future. Fennec also supports lots of languages with the current support pegged at 30 languages, including Arabic, French, German, Russian, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Chinese.
If you're the impatient kind, all you need to do to get the browser installed is to visit the Mozilla website here and download it! Should you be already running a beta version of the software, it should ideally prompt you for an update