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Making the fair choice easier: Fairphone 4 is here

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I joined Fairphone four years ago. I knew nothing about phones. But I did know something about chocolate. And supply chains. As First Lady of Chocolate at Tony’s Chocolonely, I knew what it was like to work at a company that was out to change the rules and behaviour of an entire industry. We worked towards slave-free chocolate and, like Fairphone, we shared our sources with other buyers. We were not out to corner the market on fair — we wanted the entire industry to change.

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Fairphone 4 is a repairable, modular phone that’s made to last

  • Fairphone 4 is a repairable, modular phone that’s made to last at least 5 years

    At first glance, you could easily mistake the Fairphone 4 for any modern mid-range Android smartphone. It has a 6.3 inch LCD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor, up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage and a microSD card reader, but no headphone jack.

    But unlike most phones, the Fairphone 4 is designed to last a long time. It comes with a 5-year warranty, and Fairphone plans to continue offering software updates through at least the end of 2025, if not longer.

Fairphone 4 repairable Android smartphone comes with a 5-year

  • Fairphone 4 repairable Android smartphone comes with a 5-year warranty

    The Fairphone is a socially responsible repairable, modular Android smartphone that aims to last longer than most other phones. The latest iteration is the Fairphone 4, which follows the Fairphone 3 released in August 2019.

    The Fairphone 4 runs Android 11 on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G octa-core processor coupled with up to 8GB RAM, 256GB of storage, and a 6.3-inch Full HD+ display. The smartphone comes with a 5-year warranty by default, and software updates are guaranteed until at least 2025.

Fairphone 4 announced: This phone could get Android 15

Fairphone 4 supported by postmarketOS

  • Fairphone 4 supported by postmarketOS

    The Fairphone 4 from the Dutch manufacturer Fairphone BV was officially presented yesterday. Like its predecessors, it is a mid-range device whose concept is characterized by fair conditions in production and the use of raw materials that are as clean as possible. The modular structure stands for longevity and easy repairability. For the first time, the manufacturer is offering a generous guarantee period of five years, which is unusual in the industry.

Initial Linux Kernel Patches Posted For The Fairphone

  • Initial Linux Kernel Patches Posted For The Fairphone 4 - Phoronix

    Announced this week was the Fairphone 4 as the latest iteration of this smartphone focused on being "sustainable and ethical" and now the initial patches have been sent out for providing mainline Linux kernel support.

    The Fairphone 4 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G and depending upon model has 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of internal storage. There is a 6.3-inch full HD+ display, dual SIM with 5G support, and the device is backed by a five year warranty. Fairphone 4 pricing starts out at €579 for the 6GB RAM / 128GB storage option or €649 for the upgraded version. More details on the Fairphone 4 are available from

Fairphone 4 has an incredible 5-year warranty, aims for 6 years

  • Fairphone 4 has an incredible 5-year warranty, aims for 6 years of updates

    The key Fairphone feature is the modular components, which make repairs easy with just a screwdriver. Inside the phone, you'll find eight easily replaceable parts: the display, the USB-C port, selfie camera, ear speaker, main camera array, loudspeaker, battery, and the rubberized back. If you break anything, all of these parts will be available for sale on The only "noncommercial spare part" is the core module, which features the SoC, storage, RAM, device frame, and fingerprint reader.

    Fairphone is striving for longevity this year, and the easy repairability of this model allows for an incredible five-year warranty at no extra cost. The company is also promising "long-term availability of spare parts"—parts for the Fairphone 2, a device that launched in 2015, are still for sale on the website.

  • Fairphone 4 Announced

    Fairphone has announced the sustainable Fairphone 4, which brings an updated design and improved specs while retaining all the modularity you expect, reports Ron Amadeo.

    “Designed to last, with fair and recycled materials, the Fairphone 4 brings you 5G speed, with great battery life and a premium dual-camera -- all backed by our 5-year warranty,” according to the Fairphone website.

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