The focus is on the company’s promise to provide a five-year warranty and eight years of software updates. This long-term support is made possible using a unique, long-lasting octa-core chipset.
According to leaks, Fairphone 5 will be powered by Qualcomm SoC. Probably in QCM6490. This processor is seen as an enhanced version of Snapdragon 782G not only for smartphones but also for IoT devices.
In addition, thanks to the use of the pure version of Android without additional shells, the smartphone promises fast operation even after eight years.
As for other specs, Fairphone 5 will come with 8GB RAM, 256GB internal storage, 1TB memory card slot and 50MP dual rear camera.
Its removable battery will have a capacity of 3905 mAh. This may not seem like enough, but it’s good to understand that users can easily change it if needed.
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