NitroPhone. Coming soon. πŸ˜±πŸš€πŸš€πŸ’ͺπŸ™‚

@nitrokey You are kidding me. A #LinuxPhone (?) sold from Germany? Why do you want to make me poor? Already bought a #librem5 and a #pinephone. Now I guess I will have to buy a #NitroPhone too…
Important to me: Runs Linux and all drivers are upstream to the Linux kernel.

I am hooked!

Will it work with the Nitrokeys?

@nitrokey I was just thinking about getting a Pixel 4a and installing #Graphene. What's the timeline on your device?

@zeitverschreib @nitrokey
GrapheneOS is most secure Android you can get, while it miss some important stuff you only get with stock ROM.
I recommend iPhone

Hello @aral , this might become an interesting phone and you may consider following the future project announcements of it.

@nitrokey Looks like you folks have a bunch of really awesome stuff :) Looking forward to learning more about the phone too. Might even ping you about our small web work ( in the future (not quite there yet) :)


You're welcome! Highly appreciated! ☺️

CC @nitrokey

@nitrokey Haben wir den ersten April oder geht ein Traum in ErfΓΌllung?

@nitrokey Hey NitroKey, as a #postmarketOS dev this honestly gets me a bit worried. I've seen several companies jumping on the "Linux on mobile" bandwagon without realizing what makes the PinePhone and Librem 5 so great: mainline Linux kernel support.

Please make sure that if you make a Linux-based phone, it'll either ship with mainline support or has at least work going to it to make that happen in the future!

@Utgardloki @bart @nitrokey

Oh please. Like you're more secure running some ancient downstream kernel or outdated android version that your phone's manufacturer has long since abandoned? Or do you enjoy "needing" to buy a new phone every 2 years because it no longer receives security updates for purely business (and non-technical) reasons?

Linux on phones isn't perfect right now (early android wasn't either, lol), but it's definitely a step in the right direction.

@craftyguy @bart @nitrokey
I don’t use nor own such shitty phones. My phone get 5+ year support.

Linux phones are many years behind Android so no it’s not a right step.

@Utgardloki @bart @nitrokey do you mind sharing what phone you have that gets 5+ year support from the manufacturer? Keep in mind that the article you referenced supports *all* android phones, so your special 5+ yr phone is quite an exception to how the rest of the android world operates....

@Utgardloki @bart @nitrokey Reads like a cheap propaganda smear campain paper. The autor clearly shows that his knowledge does not go much further then usual marketing level fear.

@Utgardloki @bart @nitrokey As much facts as trumps tweets. A lot of half knowledge, a pinch of fear and uncertainty, a 10/10 shitpost.

@Utgardloki @bart @nitrokey πŸ˜† πŸ‘Œ . Please, drop a few more facts 🀑

@Utgardloki @bart @nitrokey
whats the point of this blog entry?
saying everyone shall stay in the unhealty and becoming creepy android/ios ecosystem? Buying a new phone every year because we do not care about future? I love to be part of a small niche searching for free and open solutions, dont be one of does iditos saying: 'ah, who cares, i have nothing to hide and already sold my soul anyway...'

@pocketvj @bart @nitrokey
He list facts.

Don’t know where you read that you should buy phones every year. My phone get 5+ years support

@Utgardloki @bart @nitrokey

I'm afraid there is *no single factual information* in the following paragraph:

> PureOS also uses linux-libre. This will prevent the user from loading any proprietary firmware updates which just so happens to be almost all of them. The Librem 5 prevents the user from updating new firmware even with an alternative kernel which forces the user to use outdated and insecure firmware with known vulnerabilities.

@Utgardloki @bart @nitrokey (haven't read the updated version of the rest yet, but in the past other paragraphs weren't much better)

@Utgardloki @nitrokey You seem to be missing the fact that I only asked for mainline Linux support. Even if you agree with the article you linked you still have to agree with me that mainline kernel support is only a good thing.

@bart @nitrokey I can only second what Bart wrote: Please make #mainline support a priority.

@nitrokey Glad to hear! If you ever want to collaborate with us our need guidance testing #postmarketOS on it, just hit us up!

@nitrokey lasst mich raten: Ein Pixel mit vorinstalliertem GrapheneOS und ein paar Nitro Apps?

@fireglow @nitrokey war nicht allzu schwer. Das komplette GeschΓ€ftsmodell von Nitro besteht daraus Open source Produkte vorkonfiguriert zu verkaufen πŸ˜…

@nitrokey I really hope that you do not mean another android kernel based device running ubuntu touch.

@nitrokey I expected nothing and still got disappointed. Wow, what a shame.

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