The geolocation feature allows a server to get information about your current location and thereby display location relevant content (or use your location in a service). We tested with with the web-based Twitter client, Dabr, which uses geolocation to add a location to tweets sent from the service.
On S60 5th Edition phones, the scrolling is now fully kinetic (quasi-kinetic previously) and works as well as with newer versions of the built in Web application. In fact, the scrolling is so fast, the Opera cannot render the page quickly enough, and so a chequred background will often fly past instead.
The usual caveats about beta software apply to the new version of Opera Mobile, but, in general, for those frustrated by the limitations of the built in browser and with reasonable connection speeds (3G or WiFi) Opera Mobile remains the third party browser of choice.
David Gilson for All About Symbian, 15th July 2010