Fairphone is unique in the world of smartphones. It is the only company that tries to create a consistent device that does not stick together and is consistently hostile to the repair community. Today, Fairfone announces a brand new flagship: Fairfone 4, which brings improved design and better specifications when shipped with all the modality you expect.
Basic specifications for the 579 Euro ($ 671) model include Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC, 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. There is also a 649 euro ($ 753) version with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. On the front, the 6.3-inch, 2340 × 1080 LCD is available with slim bezels (compared to the Fairphone 3 design) and teardrops for the 25MP front camera. The 3905 mAh battery is compatible with Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.1, so if you have a compatible USB-C charger (not included in the box), you can remove the battery from 0-50 percent in 30 minutes. The phone is shipped with Android 11 and has a side fingerprint reader on the power button, a microSD slot and the option for dual SIM usage via a physics nanosim and an isim.
Surprisingly, there is no headphone jack, which seems to be what the Fairphone population really wanted. Wired headphones last indefinitely, and after a few years the Bluetooth buds become trash when the batteries die. It seems paradoxical for people to run out and buy Bluetooth headphones against the stability pitch of the Fairphone.
On the back is a 48 MP main camera with OIS and a 48 MP wide angle camera with macro feature. The third circle on the back is not the camera; Instead, it features a laser autofocus system, color sensor and aircraft time sensor.
The main feature of the phone is the modular components, which make it easy to repair with a screwdriver. Inside the phone you will find eight easily replaceable parts: display, USB-C port, selfie camera, ear speaker, main camera line, loudspeaker, battery and rubberized back. If you break anything, all of these parts are available for sale on Fairphone.com. SoC is the only “commercial spare part” that contains the main module, which includes storage, RAM, device frame and fingerprint reader.
The Fairphone strives for longevity this year, and the easy repair of this model allows for an incredible five-year warranty at no extra cost. The company promises that “spare parts will be available for a long time” – parts for the Fairphone 2, a device launched in 2015, are still for sale on the Internet.
Fairphone is not the only hardware that burns the path of stability. The company is also adding A strenuous effort For software updates, this is like updating the 5-year-old Fairphone 2 to Android 9.0 this March. Fairphone did this Without With the help of Qualcomm, it has long since abandoned the chips it created five years ago. Upgrading an Android device without chipset-vendor support is unprecedented, but Fairphone still spends money and does it with the LineageOS community.
Fairphone says it wants to continue the industry-leading innovation work it has been doing with Fairphone 4, but basically the future is unpredictable due to a lack of support from everyone in the industry. So the phone Guarantee Qualcomm support will be renewed until the end of 2025, after which more shooting will take place.
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For Fairfone 4, software support is guaranteed until the end of 2025 and the chipset supplier that includes updates to Android 12 and Android 13 expires. With this unparalleled ambition, Fairphone aims to repeat the success of the previous model: six years of software support since the launch of the Android device.
Fairfone 4 is available for pre-order today and will be shipped on October 25th. It is widely available throughout Europe and the UK, and that is it Only Europe and the UK. Those in the United States still can’t have good things. What does it take, Fairfone? There are people in the United States who want to support this.
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