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I have taken a look at my Analytics and some devices perform better than others.

I would like to check the rendering of webpages on certain mobile devices without actually having to go out and physically buy one of these phones to test.

For example I would like to test a webpage on the following devices:

  • Vodafone VF685 Smart Kicka
  • Samsung GT-S53000 Galaxy Pocket
  • Mobicel Retro

These are specific devices where the user engagement is poor compared to other devices and I would like to test if the webpage is being displayed/rendered properly.

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    It mainly really depends on what browser they are using. If its a built in one, then GL, as many prone manufacturers like to customize the WebViews, which leads to a lot of phones displaying certain page differently, supporting some things and not supporting other etc. Android default browsers are quite broken. – MiChAeLoKGB Jan 5 '17 at 14:36
  • @MiChAeLoKGB Thanks, good point. Totally did not think of this. – mat boy Jan 5 '17 at 14:45
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Device Anywhere by Keynote has the most comprehensive list of mobile devices for testing.

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However, the comment stating that you should check the issues with the particular user agent browser renderings is entirely right in your scenario, and for this purpose I strongly recommend BrowserStack

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