Today Phone Scoop had another chance to sit down with Opera Mini for the iPhone. Overall, our impressions from Mobile World Congress in February remain unchanged. It beats the pants of the iPhone's Safari browser in terms of sheer speed.
The user interface is exactly the same as it is on Android, BREW, Java, or S60 handsets. It offers the speed dial, word search, history, customization tools and bookmark syncing that all the other versions of Opera Mini 5 offer to their respective platforms. What's most impressive is the speed and overall usability.
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We shot so video to give you a better idea of just how fast it is:
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