Earlier today we told you that Opera Mini for iPhone is 6 times faster than Safari and should be accepted by Apple. Unfortunately there is no video of Opera Mini running on a iPhone from MWC 2010 available on the net yet, but this might just be a sneak peak of what we will get on the iPhone if the app will be accepted in the appstore.
Note that Opera Mobile is a full browser that stands on the handset itself which goes on the internet and pulls all the content, while Opera Mini is a server based technology where the server is pulling the information from the internet , the information is compressed and sent to the handset. If accepted in the app store, iPhone users will get Opera Mini not Opera Mobile. In other words, the iPhone is not capable of running Opera Mobile.