Again, Opera on the left, Pocket IE on the right.
Here’s the page I view the most on my mobile device with a browser – Bloglines Mobile.
The ordered/bulleted lists don’t appear indented correctly in Opera – they do in Pocket IE. Also, the font size is larger in Opera, meaning you can fit less on the screen. And I couldn’t find a way to hide the address/nav bar in Opera without going to full screen.
Tabbing between text entry fields (while inputting my email address and password for Bloglines) doesn’t work in Opera, while it does in Pocket IE.
The down nav button scrolls a link at a time in Opera, while it scrolls a page at a time in Pocket IE. This is actually one thing that really annoys me about Pocket IE, but I’ve learned to work around it using the tab key to go from link to link, and the down arrow to page down. Much more efficient for reading more than one page of text. With Opera, I couldn’t figure out any way to scroll down a page at a time without using the stylus on the scroll bar (a two handed operation).
Again, Opera, I wanted to love you, but you’re just not doing it for me… 🙂