- inability to save pages for offline browsing - what were you thinking, Nokia ? Palm managed to do it on their dinky Treos running Blazer, why can't Nokia with a vastly superior underlying framework and OS ?
- absence of pagewise scrolling - it's downright painful moving about pages bit-by-bit using the joystick. Is it so hard to implement PgDn/PgUp shortcuts ?
- can't save default magnification setting - I almost always prefer viewing sites at 75% zoom since it seems to fit most of the text on most pages I visit on the screen without my having to scroll horizontally
- no obvious way to open a second window manually, although the browser does have the capability to have more than one window open at a time
- mandatory two-handed use - I believe before the last firmware update came around, it was possible to use the numeric keypad on the E61 (for shortcuts) one-handed since the browser put it in numeric mode by default. Ability to use the browser one-handed would be a massive plus, but in practice, having to constantly use the modifier key to use shortcuts is only a minor annoyance.
Looks like All About Symbian has picked up on the browser update news.
Same source though.