I do want a Linux phone. That's why the only thing I want is a good battery management but I completely agree with this post.

As a owner of a pinephone I would say there is a lot work to do. I prefer a stable system at the moment instead of apps.

@jrballesteros05 thats why i use sxmo. it is not an and4oid experience. i dont lile plasma, as that reminds me of android.

@raavan Actually I use SXMO in my PinePhone. Sometimes I get random blocks but It's one of the most mature environment for the Pinephone. I also want to say the idea behind phosh seems amazing to me, especially because people normally use gtk software.

@jrballesteros05 great. i have installed arch in my sdcard and use it sometimes as secondary. both are really great.
pardon my typos in last msg, im down with fever and just woke up from a sleep :ablobcathappypaws:

@raavan I hope you get better soon. That's more important than a typo.

@jrballesteros05 This is a scenario where the term "Linux" should be substituted by "GNU/Linux" to avoid confusion, because an Android phone is already a Linux phone as Android is based on the kernel Linux.

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