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Hey, why no Jolla sticker?

I'm adding here a couple things. After the first few full discharge cycles, now it seems like the original 220V USB charger (rated 5V 1500mA) with the USB Sony cable can get the Xperia X battery from 0% to 100% in less than three hours. Using a cheap USB-to-microUSB data cable with the original USB charger, it's way slower (I'd guess Xperia X self-limits to 500mA).

I also managed to write a text message while in full sun without problems (it was the only real pain with the original Jolla phone screen).

This phone clearly deserves SFOS.
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There is the Jolla sticker! Already sticks on the laptop
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Originally Posted by alfmar View Post

I'm adding here a couple thing. After the first few full discharge cycles, now it seems like the original 220V USB charger (rated 5V 1500mA) with the USB Sony cable can get the Xperia X battery from 0% to 100% in less than three hours. Using a cheap USB-to-microUSB data cable with the original USB charger, it's way slower (I'd guess Xperia X self-limits to 500mA).
Sony xperia X series uses Qnovo technology to charge the battery, which basically focuses on taking care of the battery on each charge and also boost the speed of charge, but about your suggestion of usb cable, i do not think there is a difference, since Is the same charger
...And absolutely that this phone deserves a decent operating system like Sailfish.
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according to rumors we will see android 8 update for X, which is good
 

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according to rumors we will see android 8 update for X, which is good
No if we get Sailfish OS first

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No if we get Sailfish OS first
I meant good for support. Newer kernels, better drivers, etc
 

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I meant good for support. Newer kernels, better drivers, etc
Jolla will be using an older kernel than the one that comes with Xperia X and they will just backport some stuff to their older kernel.
 

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They already dropped hints that we could expect kernel 4.4 in future.
 

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They already dropped hints that we could expect kernel 4.4 in future.
That would be awesome if true I guess the initial plan will be to back port and then later use 4.4 hopefully
 

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