I think the section of the user agent that you're interested in is the
"C100." This indicates a cache size of 100kb.
Made by Nokia, Model 902i, Cache 100*1024 bytes, access from browser, 15
lines of 30 bytes (15 2-byte Japanese chars, or 30 1-byte characters)
> Finally, where exactly did you find this "portalmmm/2.0
> K610im(c100;TB)" user agent, since AFAIK this is not a docomo phone
> (whole list there
> ), not even a japanese handset, therefore I strongly suspect that none
> of the docomo rules apply.
The "portalmmm" user agent is used by Docomo overseas. Googlebot also uses
it as a user agent. As far as I know these aren't used by any Japanese
handsets yet. Some of the same rules apply for the foreign docomo
handsets, but they have some different emoji codes.
UA string Examples:
portalmmm/2.0 N500iS(c20;TB) (compatible; Mediapartners-Google/2.1;+http://www.google.com/bot.html)
Some Japanese handset examples:
(according to current user settings, handset displays 12 2-byte
characters or 24 1 byte characters across, and 16 lines.)
(same handset, but with font size set to large so that it displays 10
2-byte characters or 20 1-byte characters across, and 13 lines.)
The "TB" indicates that the page is being accessed through the browser
(not through an appli).
$BEEOC!F#A#X(B: 0466-35-3736 $B7HBS!'(B090-6511-6926
Received on Wed Jul 16 05:44:12 2008