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Good old Symbian Series 60 is still around and going (fairly) strong, despite the dual Android/iPhone assault - and has today been brightened up no end by the arrival of a beta release of Opera Mobile 10.1.

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"Why," you're probably asking, "would I want another browser on my iPhone, when mobile Safari's the best one around?" Because Opera Mini on the iPhone makes pokey EDGE feel like 3G.