Many mobile phone enthusiasts can testify that Opera Mini is a really nice mobile web Browser. Reports have surfaced stating that Apple has rejected an Opera Mini application for the iPhone. Chances are Apple will say that they refused it because it copies a feature that the iPhone already has in place.
Opera Mini has found its way to several phones including many high-end phones such as the BlackBerry, as well as many feature phones such as the Helio Ocean. We have personally had a good hands on with Opera Mini and a few of us will argue that is has more to offer than Safari. Opera is a full-featured browser that looks fantastic when browsing the web. Handset makers are paying Opera around 50 cents to $1 for each phone that is made with the Browser on it.
For lower-end phones and those on slower networks can benefit from Opera Mini because an Opera server computer handles the processing of web pages rather than the phone itself. The server then sends a compressed version of the web page to the phone which saves on load time. Mr. von Tetzchner said, “3G isn’t really that fast,” he said. “We try to deal with the real world.” Opera Mini can offer a better solution to mobile browsing.