I really hope I can make this a recurring thing.
This is some the best stuff that happened around the PinePhone this week.
It took me 15 days to create and upload another video to YouTube, and that made it way too long.
I actually find it hard to create content sometimes, and I guess that the PinePhone and its plethora of emerging software/distributions may have just overwhelmed me.
I am still not ready to write something substantial regarding software on the PinePhone. How could I, having not yet tested Maemo Leste on it?
I have had a Droid 4 since 2012 (partially broken), and while the display is not great (it is a 4.0” WVGA pentile LCD), I always liked the idea of having a slide out keyboard since having owned the first official Android phone, the T-Mobile G1/HTC Dream.
After almost a week playing with the Pine64 PinePhone I want to share some overall impressions. As software is at least partially not quite adapted to this new 1.2 hardware revision, I will limit myself to the hardware for this post and proceed from the outside to the inside.
Two days ago I unboxed my Pine64 PinePhone:
For quite some time — since Purism announced their Librem 5 crowdfunder in 2017 — I have been thinking about bringing this blog back, that had been downgraded to a category in my personal blog.
On December 21st, 2020, my Google Pixel XL, which I had used with LineageOS and microG and loved for its great camera, just plainly died. During a phone call.
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