Device Marketing Names
A simple device name lookup package. Map e.g. 'iPhone13,4' to 'iPhone 12 Pro Max' or 'SM-G980F' to 'Galaxy S20'. No internet connection or database required.
- Lookup Android marketing names
- Lookup iOS (iPhone & iPad) marketing names
- Lookup web browser names
- Get the marketing name of the current device or by an already known Android or iOS model
- Relies on device_info_plus to get the current device model information on Android or iOS and device_identifiers which maps those to the marketing names. The browser name is forwarded directly from device_info_plus
Add this to your package's
dependencies: device_marketing_names: ^0.5.2
More information on pub.dev.
For full examples please see the example app.
final deviceNames = DeviceMarketingNames(); // Get one marketing name of the device. final singleDeviceName = await deviceMarketingNames.getSingleName(); // Get all marketing names of the device. final deviceNames = await deviceMarketingNames.getNames(); // Get one marketing name for the given model. final singleDeviceNameFromModel = deviceNames.getSingleNameFromModel(DeviceType.android, "ONEPLUS A5010"); // Get all marketing names for the given model. final deviceNamesFromModel = deviceNames.getNamesFromModel(DeviceType.android, "ONEPLUS A5010");
Migration from 0.3.0 to 0.4.0
getSingleName()if you want to get exactly one matching name.
getNames()if you want all matching names as a single string. Names are separated by " / ".
getSingleNameFromModel()if you want to get exactly one matching name.
getNamesFromModel()if you want all matching names as a single string. Names are separated by " / ".
How to contribute
If you are interested in contributing, please have a look into the contribution guide. Every idea, bug report or line of code is heavily appreciated.