phranque - 1:54 am on Jun 9, 2013 (gmt 0)
i guess i've never noticed this when using mobile search.
i assume google is linking to its own page that is scraping and transcoding the content.
perhaps there is a setting on your mobile browser to appear as a desktop visitor.
in general, the solution provided by google is to include a link rel alternate element in your document referring to the mobile content.
How does Google modify web pages for mobile viewing? - Webmaster Tools Help:
If you do not want Google to transcode your web page, you may request that Google redirect the user to an alternate page whenever the user attempts to view the page through the transcoder. You can do so by including the following line in the <HEAD> section of the HTML file for your page:
<link rel="alternate" media="handheld" href="alternate_page.htm" />