Compatible devices - specifications overview

Great list and good work! :ok_hand:
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 :wink:

Also, i noticed gitlab wiki was updated by @rhunault
There is 5 new devices (good job)

So i updated my list :star_struck:
compatibility list

Now you can sort and filter :slight_smile:


updated with 6 new models

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Good work man!!!
This is great.
I suggest you make the camera column searchable, and maybe make the list look a little better, but overall, great work, man!!!
This is awesome! :+1::ok_hand::clap::grin:

Camera Column is already searchable :sunglasses:
(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 :sweat_smile: All CSS stylesheets are welcome

I updated my list with 5 new models

Please feedback if there is any irrelevant or missing information :relieved:

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Nice list, thanks !

PS : (removed)

Thanks! I get it about the cameras :wink:
I’ll check for missing infos…

fixed thanks :slight_smile:
your turn to edit your post :wink:

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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.

fixed, thanks.

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…
–screen size
–Bluetooth version
and so on…

I understand but i don’t have a wish to maintain reliable values for this column :sweat_smile:
Already i’m thinking about to remove ‘price’ column because it’s always changing.

:laughing::grin: 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:
The most recent one as of today is ‘’

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.

updated with new models. (81 supported now :sunglasses: )


Good to hear!!!

list updated to 91 models.

!e!!o! Superman !

Do you think you can easyly ad colonnes for :

4go/8go/16go/32go/64go Memory size ?
3g/4g/5g data protocole ?


Hi @piero
It’s a huge job and i think most people are not really interested by such characteristics.

I deleted my previous website to focus on a new project :smirk:
List is hosted there now

Galaxy S8 (beta) added by the way.