And while we've seen this (WebKit on Windows Mobile) happening in the past, it's nice to hear that the new browser should "work wonders" for the Windows Mobile users — including customizable UI, touchscreen and rotating screen support, multi-window and multi-tab browsing, several zoom modes (including block zoom), and advanced security and privacy features (SSL, anti-phishing and pop-up blocking).
Iris Browser Features :
+ Touch screen and rotating screen support
+ Multi-window and multi-tab browsing
+ Several zoom modes (including block zoom)
+ Customizable user interface
+ Advanced security and privacy features (SSL, anti-phishing, and pop-up blocking).
The Iris Browser has been developed to support a variety of popular mobile environments. The first version available for open public beta supports Windows Mobile 6, with additional versions already developed for Trolltech's Qt embedded 2.3, Qtopia Core 4.3, and Qtopia 4.3.
You can already download a free preview of the Iris Browser for Windows Mobile 6 from www.torchmobile.com/download