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Property Value
SetHeaderBrowserAccept-CH Unknown
SetHeaderHardwareAccept-CH Unknown
SetHeaderPlatformAccept-CH Unknown
Property Value
ReleaseYear 0
ReleaseMonth Unknown
PlatformReleaseYear 2013
PlatformReleaseMonth July
PlatformDiscontinuedMonth October
PlatformDiscontinuedYear 2013
BrowserReleaseMonth Unknown
BrowserReleaseYear 0
BrowserDiscontinuedMonth Unknown
BrowserDiscontinuedYear 0
BrowserReleaseAge 0
BrowserDiscontinuedAge 0
ReleaseAge 0
Property Value
MatchedNodes 4
Difference 0
Drift 0
DeviceId 15364-21637-17470-18092
Target User-Agent Mozilla/5.0(Linux; Android 4.3; iPhone 7 Build/JSS15Q) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/29.0.1547.72 Safari/537.36
Matched User-Agent __________________________ 4.3; i______nbsp_________________________________________________________________________________________
Iterations 6
Property Value
SupportedBearers Unknown
IsCrawler False
CrawlerName NotCrawler
HardwareImages Front
IsDataMinimising False
Promise None
TAC Unknown
Fetch False
Preload False
PriceBand Unknown
DeviceType Desktop
WebP False
Property Value
Property Value
HardwareVendor Unknown
HardwareModel Unknown
HardwareName Desktop, Emulator
PlatformVendor Google
PlatformName Android
PlatformVersion 4.3
BrowserVendor Unknown
BrowserName Unknown
BrowserVersion Unknown
HardwareFamily Emulator
OEM Unknown
Property Value
CPU Unknown
GPU Unknown
SoC Unknown
Property Value
ScreenPixelsWidth 0
ScreenPixelsHeight 0
ScreenInchesDiagonal 0
Property Value
HardwareRank 1
PlatformRank 196
BrowserRank 21
Error Value
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