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#2401
Originally Posted by lantern View Post
I wonder if US banning of ZTE and Huawei would result in any Sailfish phones from them...
Is that ban like a done deal, or still in the future?
 

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FCC is seriously considering it, yes.
 

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Anybody wanna take a guess when the support for the xa2 comes out?
I need a new phone and i am hesitant if i'm getting the x or the (possibly?) better xa2.
 

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Originally Posted by emro View Post
Anybody wanna take a guess when the support for the xa2 comes out?
I need a new phone and i am hesitant if i'm getting the x or the (possibly?) better xa2.
3Q Jolla said, probably end of September or maybe October as was launched Sailfish X. I already bought the Xperia XA2, but the US version...

Enviado desde mi H3123 mediante Tapatalk
 

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#2405
Originally Posted by emro View Post
Anybody wanna take a guess when the support for the xa2 comes out?
I need a new phone and i am hesitant if i'm getting the x or the (possibly?) better xa2.
My guess is that Jolla won't achieve complete hardware support on the Xperia X before the battery in mine goes bad. And when they release the image for XA2, it won't support all the hardware components of XA2.
 

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#2406
Originally Posted by bennypr0fane View Post
My guess is that Jolla won't achieve complete hardware support on the Xperia X before the battery in mine goes bad. And when they release the image for XA2, it won't support all the hardware components of XA2.
If you use Sony's charger you should be fine as it does some fancy magic to make sure your battery life is prolonged
 

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Isn't that software feature? My brother has Xperia XA, and it charges fast up to 90 percent, green light on, when slowly builds up till 100. On Sailfish X it charges straight to 100, no slowdowns etc.
Btw, maybe its just my imagination, but if i charge Sailfish X with other (slower) 5V 1000 mA charger, the battery also holds longer.
 

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Isn't that software feature? My brother has Xperia XA, and it charges fast up to 90 percent, green light on, when slowly builds up till 100. On Sailfish X it charges straight to 100, no slowdowns etc.
Btw, maybe its just my imagination, but if i charge Sailfish X with other (slower) 5V 1000 mA charger, the battery also holds longer.
It is a software/hardware combination but it works best with the official charger. It's called Qnovo Adaptive Charging
 

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@mariusmssj Obviously, this is not included in SailfishX package.
 

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#2410
Some analyst says that ZTE has been completely cut off of android.
Decision on Huawei is due this friday. Though probably they will get a fine first (if they agree to put a US backdoor inside their phones).

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