A couple of days ago, HTC revealed their new "iPhone killer", the HTC Touch Diamond. The phone looks extremely promising, and I'm actually considering a purchase if they can manage to work out the kinks from the demo version (it seems slow at times). Better yet, the phone uses the new Opera Mobile 9.5 for a "better internet experience". …
From 02:23 in following video, you can see Opera in action:
A video from the::unwired also shows off Opera at 06:10 and 03:15.
From these and other videos of the Diamond, you should be able to figure out a thing or two about Opera Mobile 9.5. For example, while it shows pages in a desktop view with no additional text wrapping by default, the text automatically wraps to fit your specified zoom level when zooming in. This could mean a better browser experience than browsers that don't wrap at all, or that wrap already when zoomed out (like Opera Mini).
Now, before anyone asks what's going on with the public beta of Opera Mobile 9.5, I'm afraid I have no further details on that, but hopefully the Opera Mobile team will be able to publish an update in the near future.