> -----Original Message-----
> > BTW, zero3 is a PDA, not keitai, so by default it does not
> have keitai
> > web browser and its default mail client feels more like PC-based
> > client than a keitai mail client. Zero3 is a PC in many
> aspects, and
> > that's one major reason it stands out. Of course it can be very
> > inconvenient when what you want to access is a keitai only
> sites. BTW,
> > it seems that most
> > zero3 users have keitai (au/docomo/vodafone), like I do, so
> when zero3
> > cannot access certain sites, we just switch to keitai.
> I thought it was running Opera? As implemented on my current
> Kyocera phone, Opera has a mode switch for keitai mode.
Although Opera can switch into keitai mode, a lot of mobile sites still do
not detect the user agent as a valid mobile browser. Gerhard may have the
stats, but it seems many mobile sites only focus on the big three.
Received on Mon May 8 07:48:02 2006