I very interested ! what you think
I would like one of those for me, but 399 plus shipping costs and taxes would be to much for me right now…
Maybe next year
Fantastic. The biggest issues of the initial version as a smartphone were a) lack of apps and b) lack of performance. This should eliminate (b) while still affordable for enthusiast - not cheap, but affordable.
You can use this to see what linux apps work with PinePhone…
If it reliably makes and receives calls, receives and sends emails, runs Linux and has a decent battery life, then it’s the phone I’ve been waiting for.
With 4 GB RAM, 128GB storage and the new SOC I thought this could be interesting. And then I saw that they still use a 720p panel Come on guys, even my Nexus 5 from 2013 had a 1080p screen, I won’t go back to 720, sorry.
Now that Pine64 will release a phone which could be daily driver for some people ready and considering that there is with waydroid another interesting development, my hopes rise that someday I will use EOS + Nemomobile on my phone.