Originally Posted by asmaron
Danke für die Infos Benkxda! Du hängst dich echt rein in das Projekt! Vielen, vielen Dank dafür! Ich bewundere dein Engagement. Ich hoffe die Fairphoneleute kriegen die Kurve!
Thanks a lot for this post benkxda! And thanks for your work to the whole community!
EDIT: @ Benkxda: Can you tell us sth. about the battery drain (maybe one more screenshot? ) and the storage issue? Is it true that just 1 GB is reserved for apps or can you simply switch the storage through system settings?
Danke, ich hoffe auch, dass Fairphone schnell aufwacht.
Thanks, I also hope that Fairphone is waking up quickly.
I like the idea about a fair product, fair treatment of the mine workers, no child workers, health protection and not to forget the companies who assemble the devices. I don't care which company can create fair products, so if there is another company in 2014 who is more open, more honest, more communicative, working together with the community, doing a good community job, I am on their side. If Fairphone apologizes and promises to make a better job from now on, I am still on their side. Again, it's the idea, which counts for me.
Battery usage screenshots are requested, must wait until I get them from the owner. It seems to be true, you get 1 GB for your apps and the other free storage is for music, videos, pictures, documents or other files. Don't ask me why, this should be answered by Fairphone. Nonsense for me. But I am still not 100% sure, maybe a owner can confirm.
Originally Posted by MrJekyll
Assuming that my phone does not have the same serial nuber as yours, it is a bug since mine shows the same.
Haha, great one. A pre-easter-egg? Well, Maybe they repair it with the next version, which should be Android 4.4.2.
EDIT: Just added "Known Issues" and "Screenshots" to the OP. If anybody finds other issues, let's discuss and maybe find a solution
EDIT: I compared the benchmark results to my business device and my old Nexus. An overclocked Galaxy Nexus might be able to compete with the Fairphone for a short time, then comes the temperature throttling. Keep in mind, the S3 LTE and the Galaxy Nexus have Cortex A9 cores, the Fairphone has energy efficient Cortex A7 cores. Also, take a look on the GPU power, it's not that bad. It is good enough for most games.
AnTuTu Benchmark 4.1.4 with Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE (GT-I9305), CM 10.2 (Android 4.3) 4x 1,4 GHz
AnTuTu Benchmark 4.1.4 with Google Galaxy Nexus (GT-I9250), CM 11 (Android 4.4) 2x 1,2 GHz