I built a compatibility mobile list with some specifications.
Hope it will help to choose a model which fit your wishes (screen size, battery and so on).
( I cannot post this table on /e/ website this editor doesnt allow tables. )
If you want me to add new columns or see any mistake, please drop a comment.
If you have any table template with filtering and sorting, please share
hi there, i’d add also year of release, a price range (budget, medium, high could be enough i think, or <200e, 200-400e, 400e+) and a column that shows protection level: waterproof, IP65 and so on. also dualsim could be useful but i’m not sure.
if possible, i’d also make the table sortable and add a “last updated at” line somewhere
anyway, very good work, thanks a lot
Well, if someone else expect the same then i’ll do (i need several votes because that’s a huge job )
Thanks, you might add FP2.
@guly i added protection, dual-SIM, NFC and year release
@ff2u done, sorry for my mistake
It’s already a huge job to build such synthesis so i’ll manage later for ‘last updated’ and ‘price’ field
Feel free to help for pricing
Soon, i plan to improve this table with sorting and filters
huge work man, really.
btw, about “last update”, i meant a whole page last update not a line foreach phone.
i think it could be useful to see if the table itself is almost up2date or it’s 3 years old (hoply, you support that page forever, but who knows…)
Great list and good work!
And thank you very much for adding FP2! If you allow me to give some updated information related to the device: FP2 has no NFC, but Dual SIM. Current CAMs have 5MP and 12MP. Price is 399 at the vendor’s shop.
@ff2u > fixed for Fair Phone 2
Also, i noticed gitlab wiki was updated by @rhunault
There is 5 new devices (good job)
So i updated my list
Now you can sort and filter
Camera Column is already searchable
(If it’s about a drop-down menu, it sounds difficult to sort as there is front/back cameras)
About visual style, yes i’m not an artist All CSS stylesheets are welcome
I updated my list with 5 new models
Please feedback if there is any irrelevant or missing information
Thanks! I get it about the cameras
I’ll check for missing infos…
your turn to edit your post
Hi @Superman, Oneplus 5 / cheesebruger back cameras are 16 MP / 20 MP, and not as in your list actually stated 16 / 16.
What I am missing most in your list is the indication of which firmware /e/ is able to support. My cheeseburger with LineageOS 9 is at firmware 9.0.4 right now and that’s why there is no compatible version of /e/ at the time being. I feel downgrading firmware is somewhat risky and so it would be very helpful if your list could provide said information, especially because it is not available on /e/s own pages.
As all our devices are anyway in the same statut about firmwares, it’s not relevant to show which firmware is supported by /e/
- Nougat : All
- Oreo : All
- Pie : None
@Superman you should add a way to tell best value in price range (for example I’d say that Pocophone is definitely best value in the $370-400 range)
This way it is definitely easier to tell which phone is the best value.
Each phone should be graded on a points system, 5 stars for each criteria…
and so on…
I understand but i don’t have a wish to maintain reliable values for this column
Already i’m thinking about to remove ‘price’ column because it’s always changing.
Yes I get it. Maybe you could specify a date that the phone was a certain price, i.e. 4.16.19 Pocophone price= $370.
A range would be totally acceptable… I just wish for a taste or overview of how expensive the phones are!
Images for cheseburger are here: https://images.ecloud.global/dev/cheeseburger/
The most recent one as of today is ‘e-0.5-n-201904177346-dev-cheeseburger.zip’
Doesn’t the “n” in the name indicate, that this is a Nougat version?? There is no version with an “o” for Oreo. That’s why I thought, that /e/ supports some devices only with rather old firmware versions and the absence of this information in your list might be misleading.