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A new blog post on the Jolla+Xperia project:

http://reviewjolla.blogspot.com/2017...-x-single.html

This statement howerver worries me a bit:

Jolla is focused on bringing Xperia X port of Sailfish OS out with all of the features. That being said, there exists an active community porting Sailfish OS to various devices. They may do their own community version of Xperia X port that could be available earlier than the officially supported version.
It sounds like an official SFOS release for Xperia X could be 3+ months away and that Jolla have many more obstacles than they initially thought.

My Jolla 1 is getting so slow and I'm really eager to get a fully working replacement device.
 

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Community plays a big role in the porting.
Nothing that worries me. Quite the opposite actually.
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Is it worth ordering the Xperia X dual Sim variant i.e. F5122? My understanding is that the current image for F5121 can be used for the dual sim variant?
If yes, is the functionality identical, apart from recognising one sim, and only 32GB of storage space. Is the SD card slot functional?
Also, do we have to buy a separate license for the F5122 image when it comes available, or upgrade an existing F5121?
 

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Originally Posted by nieldk View Post
Community plays a big role in the porting.
Nothing that worries me. Quite the opposite actually.
Yes that's true but but it will be far far away from customer realease on par with Jolla1 from the info in that blog post. I guess around winter
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by then Xperia X will be almost 2 year old phone!
 
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Originally Posted by pagis View Post
by then Xperia X will be almost 2 year old phone!
Well it was released in June 2016.
 
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Originally Posted by virgi26 View Post
yeah=) pity it didn't work out for them=( but they didn't promise anything and didn't start any works
i wonder why they chose Sony over FP2
... because it is a good phone from a renowned brand with worldwide availability...
 
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Originally Posted by Jedibeeftrix View Post
... because it is a good phone from a renowned brand with worldwide availability...
That, and the openness of Sony developer program makes it easier to target than most other manufacturers.
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Originally Posted by LouisDK View Post
A new blog post on the Jolla+Xperia project:

http://reviewjolla.blogspot.com/2017...-x-single.html

This statement howerver worries me a bit:



It sounds like an official SFOS release for Xperia X could be 3+ months away and that Jolla have many more obstacles than they initially thought.

My Jolla 1 is getting so slow and I'm really eager to get a fully working replacement device.
From the blog I just read "support 20MP camera".
Yeah right on.

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