After 3 years of daily use my phones battery life got painfully short. So I simply ordered a new one and replaced it. No tools required.

Got myself a new cover in the same order and #Fairphone recently shipped a software update for #FairphoneOpen. Feels like a new phone. Perfect daily driver for me. Ethically produced, long lasting, privacy friendly, cheap and easy to repair. :anarchoheart1:

@uniq Cool, seems like they learned at least partially from past mistakes.

"Fairphone Open is an alternative, open source version of Fairphone OS, built by Fairphone, that puts transparency and ownership in the spotlight. It comes stripped from proprietary applications (like the Google Mobile Services) and can be modified by people who feel like doing so."

Still, I would very much like to see the #Fairphone people cooperate with someone like the #PinePhone developers.




Lazy question: i guess and run ok on it? Is there a FairTablet also?

Theres official LineageOS support, which is done by some folks in the Fairphone community. They keep it pretty up-to-date, tend to be ahead of FPOSOS in android versions.
Unfortunately the devices are (in smartphone terms) pretty old and wont of been getting firmware updates for a couple of years now.
I expect we'll see a FP3 soon. They held, what I think was, a successful funding round last year, suspect thats all being spent developing the next device. @therealraccoon @uniq

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