The Samsung Omnia line of phones are powered by the Windows Mobile operating system and use the Opera Mobile Web browser to provide high-speed, tabbed browsing in a mobile-friendly package. Opera Mobile uses server-side compression to reduce the amount of data that needs to be sent over your mobile phone connection, resulting in faster load times and smoother browsing, especially on mobile-enabled sites.
Tap the "Start" button in the upper-left corner of the screen. Scroll down in the application list until you see "Opera" with a big red "O" icon. Tap the icon to launch the Opera Web browser.
Tap in the address bar at the top of the screen. Type in a Web address or search term. Tap the "Go" button on the right; it looks like a circle with a triangle in it. Tap on a link to follow the link.
Scroll up and down or left and right in a page by dragging your finger or stylus around the page. Notice the small map in the lower-left corner that shows the location of the zoomed-in section of the Web page.
Zoom in or out by holding your finger or stylus on the screen until the dots appear and complete a circle. Drag the arrow up without removing your finger or stylus from the screen to zoom in. Drag down to zoom out. Lift your finger or stylus to resume normal browsing.
Tap the translucent triangle icon in the lower-right corner to bring up the navigation options. Tap the "Back" arrow on the left to go to the previous page. Tap the "Favorite" star to bring up your bookmarked websites. Tap the "Tabs" stack to see a list of browser tabs currently open. Tap the "Home" icon to return to your homepage.
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