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Does anyone have or seen a nice Matrix or Dashboard listing the capabilities between viewing a mobile website on a smart phone and on a non-smart phone?

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I'm not sure this is a direct answer, but have you read this:

specifically section 1.3?

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Seems unrelated to UI, as it mostly talks about what to pay attention to when implementing (outdated) XHTML-MP. Or am I missing something? – Rahul Sep 13 '10 at 7:32

The new jQuery Mobile site has a pretty detailed chart for mobile graded browser support:

Mobile Graded Browser Support

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I'm not sure that all the capabilities can be summed up in a single chart. Programming the Mobile Web is an excellent resource for this though as the author dedicates multiple chapters of his book to that very question.

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This might help you:

Your question is a little bit vague. What are you looking for specifically?

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