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is_smarttv

Feb 27th, 2018

True if device is a SmartTV (GoogleTV, Boxee Box, AppleTV, etc.).

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resolution_height

Feb 27th, 2018

Screen height expressed in physical pixels.

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max_image_width

Feb 27th, 2018

Maximum viewable (usable) width of an image expressed in logical or CSS pixels. This capability refers to the image when used in “mobile mode”, i.e. when the page is served as XHTML MP, or it uses meta-tags such as “viewport”, “handheldfriendly”, “mobileoptimised” to disable “web rendering” and force a mobile user-experience. For example, iPhone 4 can render picture 640 pixel wide, but normally, pages are served assuming a 320 pixel wide screen.

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max_image_height

Feb 27th, 2018

Maximum viewable (usable) height of an image expressed in logical or CSS pixels. This capability refers to the image when used in “mobile mode” (see explanation for max_image_width)

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resolution_width

Feb 27th, 2018

Screen width expressed in physical pixels.

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mobile_browser

Feb 27th, 2018

Identifies the device’s browser.

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mobile_browser_version

Feb 27th, 2018

Identfies the version of the device’s browser

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device_os_version

Feb 27th, 2018

Identifies the version of the device’s host operating system.

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marketing_name

Feb 27th, 2018

In addition to Brand and Model, some devices have a marketing name (Eg. BlackBerry 8100  Pearl, Nokia 8800 Scirocco, Samsung M800  Instinct). Note: If the model and marketing names are the same for a device, this capability will return an empty value. Eg. Motorola Moto G8 Play.

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is_tablet

Feb 27th, 2018

True if a device is a tablet computer (iPad and similar, regardless of OS).

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