I would totally buy this, but the 5.65-inch display makes me hesitate!
It seems impossible these days to find a decently recent Android within 4.8-inch displays... Anything bigger is just not as comfortable - look at this picture, this person can barely reach the middle of the screen; and no one is holding a phone like that for use.
@Fairphone I wish you success, and hope that next time we'll have smaller options.
@hugo there are of course other options.
For one, ANY second-hand phone is a "green" phone in that regard. Re-buying already used stuff does not contribute to suffering of workers.
Secondly, Fairphone is not the only brand with these etics out there, take for example https://www.shiftphones.com/en/ They also come with an android image without bloat (similar to fairphones) and developers help to maintain lineageOS builds for their devices
@JayVii_de ha.... the smallest is 5-inch. This is still too big honestly :(
@hugo I am not into the trend of huge phones either. To be cynically, it's not long until we all walk around like those elderly ppl that take pictures with their iPads :P
Personally, 5" is just the upper end of what I am comfortable with, anything bigger is just frustrating. I'd be into a smaller device too.
Maybe ping me (if you still remember by then), when you find such a device :)
@JayVii_de and of course, it's samsung so it's not satisfying for any of the relevant things that one'd want a fairphone for
@hugo I am currently running a BQ Aquaris X5 (unfortunately no further maintained by LOS https://wiki.lineageos.org/devices/paella/) since 2017, which is still is relatively good shape. So I won't be in need for a new phone for the next 2 years, I hope.
Maybe I should actually looking into building an 16.0 image myself. They do have rough instructions on that. Ultimately, I really want to move away from Android altogether, however
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