Very interesting.Hi brothers and sisters,
there is something I wanted to share with you. I was looking for a Linux phone which can run 24*7 to aquire sensor data. There is a problem with battery life of Linux phones when they are always running. I found an usb-c adapter, which fits to the Poco F1, which has an usb-c adapter, a usb 3 and a HDMI adapter. I made some pictures of the adapter when attached to the Poco F1:
there is a connector for an external power bank, and with the HDMI and the usb ports, you can use the Poco F1 as a mobile Linux computing platform which can easily be connected to an external monitor and keyboard.
Thanks for your attention, and good luck with coding.
Have you tested whether HDMI-out works or not?
Also does the device actually draw power from the powerbank? From what I read in OTG mode the device cannot be charged. Only a few older Samsung devices had this feature.
Edit: From what little I understand Linux in mobile should be much less cumbersome going forward.