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It is not possible with XHTML alone, but with JavaScript or a server side language I am sure it is. Many languages have built in Browser detection tools.I have some javascript that will probably do the trick.

//<!--// Client Sniffer. Version 1.0// (C) Computerized Business Solutions 2005. Permission granted to reuse and distribute.//// Based on 'http://www.mozilla.org/docs/web-developer/sniffer/browser_type.html'// All revisions until 02 Oct 01 are (C) Netscape Communications 1999-2001. Used with permission.//// Revised 17 May 99 to add is_nav5up and is_ie5up (see below).// Revised 20 Dec 00 to add is_gecko and change is_nav5up to is_nav6up//                      also added support for IE5.5 Opera4&5 HotJava3 AOLTV// Revised 22 Feb 01 to correct Javascript Detection for IE 5.x, Opera 4, //                      correct Opera 5 detection//                      add support for winME and win2k//                      synch with browser-type-oo.js// Revised 26 Mar 01 to correct Opera detection// Revised 02 Oct 01 to add IE6 detection// Revised 04 Apr 05 to add Opera 6,7,and 8 detection// 	 add FireFox 1 & 2 detection// 	 add Netscape 7 & 8 detection	// 	 add Windows XP detection// 	 add Windows Server 2003 detection//// Everything you always wanted to know about your JavaScript client// but were afraid to ask. Creates "is_" variables indicating:// (1) browser vendor://     is_nav, is_ie, is_opera, is_hotjava, is_webtv, is_TVNavigator, is_AOLTV// (2) browser version number://     is_major (integer indicating major version number: 2, 3, 4 ...)//     is_minor (float   indicating full  version number: 2.02, 3.01, 4.04 ...)// (3) browser vendor AND major version number//     is_nav2, is_nav3, is_nav4, is_nav4up, is_nav6, is_nav6up, is_gecko, is_ie3,//     is_ie4, is_ie4up, is_ie5, is_ie5up, is_ie5_5, is_ie5_5up, is_ie6, is_ie6up, is_hotjava3, is_hotjava3up,//     is_opera2, is_opera3, is_opera4, is_opera5, is_opera5up// (4) JavaScript version number://     is_js (float indicating full JavaScript version number: 1, 1.1, 1.2 ...)// (5) OS platform and version://     is_win, is_win16, is_win32, is_win31, is_win95, is_winnt, is_win98, is_winme, is_win2k//     is_os2//     is_mac, is_mac68k, is_macppc//     is_unix//     is_sun, is_sun4, is_sun5, is_suni86//     is_irix, is_irix5, is_irix6//     is_hpux, is_hpux9, is_hpux10//     is_aix, is_aix1, is_aix2, is_aix3, is_aix4//     is_linux, is_sco, is_unixware, is_mpras, is_reliant//     is_dec, is_sinix, is_freebsd, is_bsd//     is_vms//// See http://www.it97.de/JavaScript/JS_tutorial/bstat/navobj.html and// http://www.it97.de/JavaScript/JS_tutorial/bstat/Browseraol.html// for detailed lists of userAgent strings.//// Note: you don't want your Nav4 or IE4 code to "turn off" or// stop working when new versions of browsers are released, so// in conditional code forks, use is_ie5up ("IE 5.0 or greater") // is_opera5up ("Opera 5.0 or greater") instead of is_ie5 or is_opera5// to check version in code which you want to work on future// versions.    // convert all characters to lowercase to simplify testing    var agt=navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase();    // *** BROWSER VERSION ***    // Note: On IE5, these return 4, so use is_ie5up to detect IE5.    var is_major = parseInt(navigator.appVersion);    var is_minor = parseFloat(navigator.appVersion);    // Note: Opera and WebTV spoof Navigator.  We do strict client detection.    // If you want to allow spoofing, take out the tests for opera and webtv.    var is_nav  = ((agt.indexOf('mozilla')!=-1) && (agt.indexOf('spoofer')==-1)                && (agt.indexOf('compatible') == -1) && (agt.indexOf('opera')==-1)                && (agt.indexOf('webtv')==-1) && (agt.indexOf('hotjava')==-1)  && (agt.indexOf('firefox') == -1));    var is_nav2 = (is_nav && (is_major == 2));    var is_nav3 = (is_nav && (is_major == 3));    var is_nav4 = (is_nav && (is_major == 4));    var is_nav4up = (is_nav && (is_major >= 4));    var is_navonly      = (is_nav && ((agt.indexOf(";nav") != -1) ||                          (agt.indexOf("; nav") != -1)) );    var is_nav6 = (is_nav && (is_major == 5));    var is_nav6up = (is_nav && (is_major >= 5));    var is_gecko = (agt.indexOf('gecko') != -1);    var is_nav7 = (is_nav && is_major == 7);    var is_nav8 = (agt.indexOf('firefox 0') != -1 || agt.indexOf('firefox/0') != -1);    var is_ff = (agt.indexOf('firefox') != -1 && !is_nav8);    var is_ff2 = (agt.indexOf("firefox 2") != -1 || agt.indexOf("firefox/2") != -1);    var is_ff2up = (is_ff && !is_ff2 && !is_nav8 && (agt.indexOf('firefox 0') != -1 || agt.indexOf('firefox/0') != -1))     var is_ie     = ((agt.indexOf("msie") != -1) && (agt.indexOf("opera") == -1));    var is_ie3    = (is_ie && (is_major < 4));    var is_ie4    = (is_ie && (is_major == 4) && (agt.indexOf("msie 4")!=-1) );    var is_ie4up  = (is_ie && (is_major >= 4));    var is_ie5    = (is_ie && (is_major == 4) && (agt.indexOf("msie 5.0")!=-1) );    var is_ie5_5  = (is_ie && (is_major == 4) && (agt.indexOf("msie 5.5") !=-1));    var is_ie5up  = (is_ie && !is_ie3 && !is_ie4);    var is_ie5_5up =(is_ie && !is_ie3 && !is_ie4 && !is_ie5);    var is_ie6    = (is_ie && (is_major == 4) && (agt.indexOf("msie 6.")!=-1) );    var is_ie6up  = (is_ie && !is_ie3 && !is_ie4 && !is_ie5 && !is_ie5_5);    // KNOWN BUG: On AOL4, returns false if IE3 is embedded browser    // or if this is the first browser window opened.  Thus the    // variables is_aol, is_aol3, and is_aol4 aren't 100% reliable.    var is_aol   = (agt.indexOf("aol") != -1);    var is_aol3  = (is_aol && is_ie3);    var is_aol4  = (is_aol && is_ie4);    var is_aol5  = (agt.indexOf("aol 5") != -1);    var is_aol6  = (agt.indexOf("aol 6") != -1);    var is_opera = (agt.indexOf("opera") != -1);    var is_opera2 = (agt.indexOf("opera 2") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/2") != -1);    var is_opera3 = (agt.indexOf("opera 3") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/3") != -1);    var is_opera4 = (agt.indexOf("opera 4") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/4") != -1);    var is_opera5 = (agt.indexOf("opera 5") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/5") != -1);    var is_opera5up = (is_opera && !is_opera2 && !is_opera3 && !is_opera4);    var is_opera6 = (agt.indexOf("opera 6") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/6") != -1);    var is_opera7 = (agt.indexOf("opera 7") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/7") != -1);    var is_opera8 = (agt.indexOf("opera 8") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/8") != -1);    var is_opera8up = (is_opera && !is_opera2 && !is_opera3 && !is_opera4 && !is_opera5 && !is_opera6 && !is_opera7);    var is_webtv = (agt.indexOf("webtv") != -1);     var is_TVNavigator = ((agt.indexOf("navio") != -1) || (agt.indexOf("navio_aoltv") != -1));     var is_AOLTV = is_TVNavigator;    var is_hotjava = (agt.indexOf("hotjava") != -1);    var is_hotjava3 = (is_hotjava && (is_major == 3));    var is_hotjava3up = (is_hotjava && (is_major >= 3));    // *** JAVASCRIPT VERSION CHECK ***    var is_js;    if (is_nav2 || is_ie3) is_js = 1.0;    else if (is_nav3) is_js = 1.1;    else if (is_opera5up) is_js = 1.3;    else if (is_opera) is_js = 1.1;    else if ((is_nav4 && (is_minor <= 4.05)) || is_ie4) is_js = 1.2;    else if ((is_nav4 && (is_minor > 4.05)) || is_ie5) is_js = 1.3;    else if (is_hotjava3up) is_js = 1.4;    else if (is_nav6 || is_gecko) is_js = 1.5;    // NOTE: In the future, update this code when newer versions of JS    // are released. For now, we try to provide some upward compatibility    // so that future versions of Nav and IE will show they are at    // *least* JS 1.x capable. Always check for JS version compatibility    // with > or >=.    else if (is_nav6up) is_js = 1.5;    // NOTE: ie5up on mac is 1.4    else if (is_ie5up) is_js = 1.3    // HACK: no idea for other browsers; always check for JS version with > or >=    else is_js = 0.0;    // *** PLATFORM ***    var is_win   = ( (agt.indexOf("win")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("16bit")!=-1) );    // NOTE: On Opera 3.0, the userAgent string includes "Windows 95/NT4" on all    //        Win32, so you can't distinguish between Win95 and WinNT.    var is_win95 = ((agt.indexOf("win95")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("windows 95")!=-1));    // is this a 16 bit compiled version?    var is_win16 = ((agt.indexOf("win16")!=-1) ||                (agt.indexOf("16bit")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("windows 3.1")!=-1) ||                (agt.indexOf("windows 16-bit")!=-1) );      var is_win31 = ((agt.indexOf("windows 3.1")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("win16")!=-1) ||                    (agt.indexOf("windows 16-bit")!=-1));    var is_winme = ((agt.indexOf("win 9x 4.90")!=-1));    var is_win2k = ((agt.indexOf("windows nt 5.0")!=-1));    var is_winxp = ((agt.indexOf("windows nt 5.1") != -1));    var is_win2k3 = ((agt.indexOf("windows nt 5.2") != -1));    // NOTE: Reliable detection of Win98 may not be possible. It appears that:    //       - On Nav 4.x and before you'll get plain "Windows" in userAgent.    //       - On Mercury client, the 32-bit version will return "Win98", but    //         the 16-bit version running on Win98 will still return "Win95".    var is_win98 = ((agt.indexOf("win98")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("windows 98")!=-1));    var is_winnt = ((agt.indexOf("winnt")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("windows nt")!=-1));    var is_win32 = (is_win95 || is_winnt || is_win98 ||                     ((is_major >= 4) && (navigator.platform == "Win32")) ||                    (agt.indexOf("win32")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("32bit")!=-1));    var is_os2   = ((agt.indexOf("os/2")!=-1) ||                     (navigator.appVersion.indexOf("OS/2")!=-1) ||                       (agt.indexOf("ibm-webexplorer")!=-1));    var is_mac    = (agt.indexOf("mac")!=-1);    // hack ie5 js version for mac    if (is_mac && is_ie5up) is_js = 1.4;    var is_mac68k = (is_mac && ((agt.indexOf("68k")!=-1) ||                                (agt.indexOf("68000")!=-1)));    var is_macppc = (is_mac && ((agt.indexOf("ppc")!=-1) ||                                 (agt.indexOf("powerpc")!=-1)));    var is_sun   = (agt.indexOf("sunos")!=-1);    var is_sun4  = (agt.indexOf("sunos 4")!=-1);    var is_sun5  = (agt.indexOf("sunos 5")!=-1);    var is_suni86= (is_sun && (agt.indexOf("i86")!=-1));    var is_irix  = (agt.indexOf("irix") !=-1);    // SGI    var is_irix5 = (agt.indexOf("irix 5") !=-1);    var is_irix6 = ((agt.indexOf("irix 6") !=-1) || (agt.indexOf("irix6") !=-1));    var is_hpux  = (agt.indexOf("hp-ux")!=-1);    var is_hpux9 = (is_hpux && (agt.indexOf("09.")!=-1));    var is_hpux10= (is_hpux && (agt.indexOf("10.")!=-1));    var is_aix   = (agt.indexOf("aix") !=-1);      // IBM    var is_aix1  = (agt.indexOf("aix 1") !=-1);        var is_aix2  = (agt.indexOf("aix 2") !=-1);        var is_aix3  = (agt.indexOf("aix 3") !=-1);        var is_aix4  = (agt.indexOf("aix 4") !=-1);        var is_linux = (agt.indexOf("inux")!=-1);    var is_sco   = (agt.indexOf("sco")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("unix_sv")!=-1);    var is_unixware = (agt.indexOf("unix_system_v")!=-1);     var is_mpras    = (agt.indexOf("ncr")!=-1);     var is_reliant  = (agt.indexOf("reliantunix")!=-1);    var is_dec   = ((agt.indexOf("dec")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("osf1")!=-1) ||            (agt.indexOf("dec_alpha")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("alphaserver")!=-1) ||            (agt.indexOf("ultrix")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("alphastation")!=-1));     var is_sinix = (agt.indexOf("sinix")!=-1);    var is_freebsd = (agt.indexOf("freebsd")!=-1);    var is_bsd = (agt.indexOf("bsd")!=-1);    var is_unix  = ((agt.indexOf("x11")!=-1) || is_sun || is_irix || is_hpux ||                  is_sco ||is_unixware || is_mpras || is_reliant ||                  is_dec || is_sinix || is_aix || is_linux || is_bsd || is_freebsd);    var is_vms   = ((agt.indexOf("vax")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("openvms")!=-1));//--> end hide JavaScript

As you can see it is very extensive although it may need to be updated to include the most recent browsers. It gives the browser and version, javascript version, and OS (the phone in htis case) that the browser is on.This may need a bit of tweeking to get it to work for a phone. Right now it is not set to detect phones or phone browsers.You will need to test the User agent output on the phone and modify the code accordingly.This should give you a good idea of how that is to be done.

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It is not possible with XHTML alone, but with JavaScript or a server side language I am sure it is. Many languages have built in Browser detection tools.I have some javascript that will probably do the trick.
//<!--// Client Sniffer. Version 1.0// (C) Computerized Business Solutions 2005. Permission granted to reuse and distribute.//// Based on 'http://www.mozilla.org/docs/web-developer/sniffer/browser_type.html'// All revisions until 02 Oct 01 are (C) Netscape Communications 1999-2001. Used with permission.//// Revised 17 May 99 to add is_nav5up and is_ie5up (see below).// Revised 20 Dec 00 to add is_gecko and change is_nav5up to is_nav6up//                      also added support for IE5.5 Opera4&5 HotJava3 AOLTV// Revised 22 Feb 01 to correct Javascript Detection for IE 5.x, Opera 4, //                      correct Opera 5 detection//                      add support for winME and win2k//                      synch with browser-type-oo.js// Revised 26 Mar 01 to correct Opera detection// Revised 02 Oct 01 to add IE6 detection// Revised 04 Apr 05 to add Opera 6,7,and 8 detection// 	 add FireFox 1 & 2 detection// 	 add Netscape 7 & 8 detection	// 	 add Windows XP detection// 	 add Windows Server 2003 detection//// Everything you always wanted to know about your JavaScript client// but were afraid to ask. Creates "is_" variables indicating:// (1) browser vendor://     is_nav, is_ie, is_opera, is_hotjava, is_webtv, is_TVNavigator, is_AOLTV// (2) browser version number://     is_major (integer indicating major version number: 2, 3, 4 ...)//     is_minor (float   indicating full  version number: 2.02, 3.01, 4.04 ...)// (3) browser vendor AND major version number//     is_nav2, is_nav3, is_nav4, is_nav4up, is_nav6, is_nav6up, is_gecko, is_ie3,//     is_ie4, is_ie4up, is_ie5, is_ie5up, is_ie5_5, is_ie5_5up, is_ie6, is_ie6up, is_hotjava3, is_hotjava3up,//     is_opera2, is_opera3, is_opera4, is_opera5, is_opera5up// (4) JavaScript version number://     is_js (float indicating full JavaScript version number: 1, 1.1, 1.2 ...)// (5) OS platform and version://     is_win, is_win16, is_win32, is_win31, is_win95, is_winnt, is_win98, is_winme, is_win2k//     is_os2//     is_mac, is_mac68k, is_macppc//     is_unix//     is_sun, is_sun4, is_sun5, is_suni86//     is_irix, is_irix5, is_irix6//     is_hpux, is_hpux9, is_hpux10//     is_aix, is_aix1, is_aix2, is_aix3, is_aix4//     is_linux, is_sco, is_unixware, is_mpras, is_reliant//     is_dec, is_sinix, is_freebsd, is_bsd//     is_vms//// See http://www.it97.de/JavaScript/JS_tutorial/bstat/navobj.html and// http://www.it97.de/JavaScript/JS_tutorial/bstat/Browseraol.html// for detailed lists of userAgent strings.//// Note: you don't want your Nav4 or IE4 code to "turn off" or// stop working when new versions of browsers are released, so// in conditional code forks, use is_ie5up ("IE 5.0 or greater") // is_opera5up ("Opera 5.0 or greater") instead of is_ie5 or is_opera5// to check version in code which you want to work on future// versions.    // convert all characters to lowercase to simplify testing    var agt=navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase();    // *** BROWSER VERSION ***    // Note: On IE5, these return 4, so use is_ie5up to detect IE5.    var is_major = parseInt(navigator.appVersion);    var is_minor = parseFloat(navigator.appVersion);    // Note: Opera and WebTV spoof Navigator.  We do strict client detection.    // If you want to allow spoofing, take out the tests for opera and webtv.    var is_nav  = ((agt.indexOf('mozilla')!=-1) && (agt.indexOf('spoofer')==-1)                && (agt.indexOf('compatible') == -1) && (agt.indexOf('opera')==-1)                && (agt.indexOf('webtv')==-1) && (agt.indexOf('hotjava')==-1)  && (agt.indexOf('firefox') == -1));    var is_nav2 = (is_nav && (is_major == 2));    var is_nav3 = (is_nav && (is_major == 3));    var is_nav4 = (is_nav && (is_major == 4));    var is_nav4up = (is_nav && (is_major >= 4));    var is_navonly      = (is_nav && ((agt.indexOf(";nav") != -1) ||                          (agt.indexOf("; nav") != -1)) );    var is_nav6 = (is_nav && (is_major == 5));    var is_nav6up = (is_nav && (is_major >= 5));    var is_gecko = (agt.indexOf('gecko') != -1);    var is_nav7 = (is_nav && is_major == 7);    var is_nav8 = (agt.indexOf('firefox 0') != -1 || agt.indexOf('firefox/0') != -1);    var is_ff = (agt.indexOf('firefox') != -1 && !is_nav8);    var is_ff2 = (agt.indexOf("firefox 2") != -1 || agt.indexOf("firefox/2") != -1);    var is_ff2up = (is_ff && !is_ff2 && !is_nav8 && (agt.indexOf('firefox 0') != -1 || agt.indexOf('firefox/0') != -1))     var is_ie     = ((agt.indexOf("msie") != -1) && (agt.indexOf("opera") == -1));    var is_ie3    = (is_ie && (is_major < 4));    var is_ie4    = (is_ie && (is_major == 4) && (agt.indexOf("msie 4")!=-1) );    var is_ie4up  = (is_ie && (is_major >= 4));    var is_ie5    = (is_ie && (is_major == 4) && (agt.indexOf("msie 5.0")!=-1) );    var is_ie5_5  = (is_ie && (is_major == 4) && (agt.indexOf("msie 5.5") !=-1));    var is_ie5up  = (is_ie && !is_ie3 && !is_ie4);    var is_ie5_5up =(is_ie && !is_ie3 && !is_ie4 && !is_ie5);    var is_ie6    = (is_ie && (is_major == 4) && (agt.indexOf("msie 6.")!=-1) );    var is_ie6up  = (is_ie && !is_ie3 && !is_ie4 && !is_ie5 && !is_ie5_5);    // KNOWN BUG: On AOL4, returns false if IE3 is embedded browser    // or if this is the first browser window opened.  Thus the    // variables is_aol, is_aol3, and is_aol4 aren't 100% reliable.    var is_aol   = (agt.indexOf("aol") != -1);    var is_aol3  = (is_aol && is_ie3);    var is_aol4  = (is_aol && is_ie4);    var is_aol5  = (agt.indexOf("aol 5") != -1);    var is_aol6  = (agt.indexOf("aol 6") != -1);    var is_opera = (agt.indexOf("opera") != -1);    var is_opera2 = (agt.indexOf("opera 2") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/2") != -1);    var is_opera3 = (agt.indexOf("opera 3") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/3") != -1);    var is_opera4 = (agt.indexOf("opera 4") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/4") != -1);    var is_opera5 = (agt.indexOf("opera 5") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/5") != -1);    var is_opera5up = (is_opera && !is_opera2 && !is_opera3 && !is_opera4);    var is_opera6 = (agt.indexOf("opera 6") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/6") != -1);    var is_opera7 = (agt.indexOf("opera 7") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/7") != -1);    var is_opera8 = (agt.indexOf("opera 8") != -1 || agt.indexOf("opera/8") != -1);    var is_opera8up = (is_opera && !is_opera2 && !is_opera3 && !is_opera4 && !is_opera5 && !is_opera6 && !is_opera7);    var is_webtv = (agt.indexOf("webtv") != -1);     var is_TVNavigator = ((agt.indexOf("navio") != -1) || (agt.indexOf("navio_aoltv") != -1));     var is_AOLTV = is_TVNavigator;    var is_hotjava = (agt.indexOf("hotjava") != -1);    var is_hotjava3 = (is_hotjava && (is_major == 3));    var is_hotjava3up = (is_hotjava && (is_major >= 3));    // *** JAVASCRIPT VERSION CHECK ***    var is_js;    if (is_nav2 || is_ie3) is_js = 1.0;    else if (is_nav3) is_js = 1.1;    else if (is_opera5up) is_js = 1.3;    else if (is_opera) is_js = 1.1;    else if ((is_nav4 && (is_minor <= 4.05)) || is_ie4) is_js = 1.2;    else if ((is_nav4 && (is_minor > 4.05)) || is_ie5) is_js = 1.3;    else if (is_hotjava3up) is_js = 1.4;    else if (is_nav6 || is_gecko) is_js = 1.5;    // NOTE: In the future, update this code when newer versions of JS    // are released. For now, we try to provide some upward compatibility    // so that future versions of Nav and IE will show they are at    // *least* JS 1.x capable. Always check for JS version compatibility    // with > or >=.    else if (is_nav6up) is_js = 1.5;    // NOTE: ie5up on mac is 1.4    else if (is_ie5up) is_js = 1.3    // HACK: no idea for other browsers; always check for JS version with > or >=    else is_js = 0.0;    // *** PLATFORM ***    var is_win   = ( (agt.indexOf("win")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("16bit")!=-1) );    // NOTE: On Opera 3.0, the userAgent string includes "Windows 95/NT4" on all    //        Win32, so you can't distinguish between Win95 and WinNT.    var is_win95 = ((agt.indexOf("win95")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("windows 95")!=-1));    // is this a 16 bit compiled version?    var is_win16 = ((agt.indexOf("win16")!=-1) ||                (agt.indexOf("16bit")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("windows 3.1")!=-1) ||                (agt.indexOf("windows 16-bit")!=-1) );      var is_win31 = ((agt.indexOf("windows 3.1")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("win16")!=-1) ||                    (agt.indexOf("windows 16-bit")!=-1));    var is_winme = ((agt.indexOf("win 9x 4.90")!=-1));    var is_win2k = ((agt.indexOf("windows nt 5.0")!=-1));    var is_winxp = ((agt.indexOf("windows nt 5.1") != -1));    var is_win2k3 = ((agt.indexOf("windows nt 5.2") != -1));    // NOTE: Reliable detection of Win98 may not be possible. It appears that:    //       - On Nav 4.x and before you'll get plain "Windows" in userAgent.    //       - On Mercury client, the 32-bit version will return "Win98", but    //         the 16-bit version running on Win98 will still return "Win95".    var is_win98 = ((agt.indexOf("win98")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("windows 98")!=-1));    var is_winnt = ((agt.indexOf("winnt")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("windows nt")!=-1));    var is_win32 = (is_win95 || is_winnt || is_win98 ||                     ((is_major >= 4) && (navigator.platform == "Win32")) ||                    (agt.indexOf("win32")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("32bit")!=-1));    var is_os2   = ((agt.indexOf("os/2")!=-1) ||                     (navigator.appVersion.indexOf("OS/2")!=-1) ||                       (agt.indexOf("ibm-webexplorer")!=-1));    var is_mac    = (agt.indexOf("mac")!=-1);    // hack ie5 js version for mac    if (is_mac && is_ie5up) is_js = 1.4;    var is_mac68k = (is_mac && ((agt.indexOf("68k")!=-1) ||                                (agt.indexOf("68000")!=-1)));    var is_macppc = (is_mac && ((agt.indexOf("ppc")!=-1) ||                                 (agt.indexOf("powerpc")!=-1)));    var is_sun   = (agt.indexOf("sunos")!=-1);    var is_sun4  = (agt.indexOf("sunos 4")!=-1);    var is_sun5  = (agt.indexOf("sunos 5")!=-1);    var is_suni86= (is_sun && (agt.indexOf("i86")!=-1));    var is_irix  = (agt.indexOf("irix") !=-1);    // SGI    var is_irix5 = (agt.indexOf("irix 5") !=-1);    var is_irix6 = ((agt.indexOf("irix 6") !=-1) || (agt.indexOf("irix6") !=-1));    var is_hpux  = (agt.indexOf("hp-ux")!=-1);    var is_hpux9 = (is_hpux && (agt.indexOf("09.")!=-1));    var is_hpux10= (is_hpux && (agt.indexOf("10.")!=-1));    var is_aix   = (agt.indexOf("aix") !=-1);      // IBM    var is_aix1  = (agt.indexOf("aix 1") !=-1);        var is_aix2  = (agt.indexOf("aix 2") !=-1);        var is_aix3  = (agt.indexOf("aix 3") !=-1);        var is_aix4  = (agt.indexOf("aix 4") !=-1);        var is_linux = (agt.indexOf("inux")!=-1);    var is_sco   = (agt.indexOf("sco")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("unix_sv")!=-1);    var is_unixware = (agt.indexOf("unix_system_v")!=-1);     var is_mpras    = (agt.indexOf("ncr")!=-1);     var is_reliant  = (agt.indexOf("reliantunix")!=-1);    var is_dec   = ((agt.indexOf("dec")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("osf1")!=-1) ||            (agt.indexOf("dec_alpha")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("alphaserver")!=-1) ||            (agt.indexOf("ultrix")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("alphastation")!=-1));     var is_sinix = (agt.indexOf("sinix")!=-1);    var is_freebsd = (agt.indexOf("freebsd")!=-1);    var is_bsd = (agt.indexOf("bsd")!=-1);    var is_unix  = ((agt.indexOf("x11")!=-1) || is_sun || is_irix || is_hpux ||                  is_sco ||is_unixware || is_mpras || is_reliant ||                  is_dec || is_sinix || is_aix || is_linux || is_bsd || is_freebsd);    var is_vms   = ((agt.indexOf("vax")!=-1) || (agt.indexOf("openvms")!=-1));//--> end hide JavaScript

As you can see it is very extensive although it may need to be updated to include the most recent browsers. It gives the browser and version, javascript version, and OS (the phone in htis case) that the browser is on.This may need a bit of tweeking to get it to work for a phone. Right now it is not set to detect phones or phone browsers.You will need to test the User agent output on the phone and modify the code accordingly.This should give you a good idea of how that is to be done.

thax, i found it little helpful but i m still facing problem related to operator.although i found the solution of finding mobile set and location.:)
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