mobile Web browser isn't yet available for Windows Mobile but for the Maemo
platform only (which is the preferred development platform), the Fennec
developers made some good progress and
recently released Fennec Alpha 2. While it's still an early developer
release of the mobile version of Firefox, for testing purposes only, the initial
focus of development was on building a new user interface that reflects
Firefox's design principles and adds touch screen support and other features
that are appropriate for mobile phones and other handheld devices.
For Alpha 2, the developers focused mainly on performance, improving the
responsiveness of panning and zooming, both while pages are loading and when
they have completed loading. Nevertheless, there are still many improvements
which are intend to make, including enabling TraceMonkey by default.
However, the most important part is, that Mozilla still plans to release a
first public Windows Mobile (Professional) build in late 2008 with the final
release in 2009. At least that's what the milestones Wiki still claims.
If you don't want to wait for the first Windows Mobile release but want to
test Fennec already, there are PC versions available for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Cheers ~ Arne