Android and IOS Device User Agent Strings

I am being requested to figure out what the numbers mean on a list of mobile device user agent strings. I have found some help from a website that had a few IOS user agent strings but they do not tell me what the numbers at the end mean. Here are some examples.

Apple-iPhone7C2/1206.70
Apple-iPhone7C2/1204.508
Apple-iPhone7C2/1202.466
Apple-iPhone7C1/1206.70
Apple-iPhone6C2/1204.508
Apple-iPhone6C2/1104.257
Android-SAMSUNG-SM-N910V/101.50001
Android-SAMSUNG-SM-N900A/101.500
Android-SAMSUNG-SM-G900V/101.500
motorola-XT1080/1.0
MSFT-WP/8.10.14203
SAMSUNG-SM-N910A/101.40404

There are a ton more that I have to figure out. What I need to know is what  those numbers on the end mean. I am going to make an assumption that they are OS version numbers but I cannot find any information as to which version number each is.. Anybody have some incite on these?
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Eoin OSullivanConsultantCommented:
Yes, the decimal after the slash is the OS version build identifier

For iOS here are all the main identifiers and iOS builds
http://justworks.ca/blog/4c1-the-obscure-ios-user-agent-strings

For the Samsung on Android the 40404 indicates Android 4.0.4 and 500 indicates Android 5
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prologic08Author Commented:
That link was a huge help. Thank you. I was able to get the majority of my project done based on that link and the explanation of the Android numbers. Thank you!
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