SOLVED Most stable Dual Sim Phone
The Sony Xperia X F5122 has working dual SIM too.
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@delijati OnePlus3 has working dual sim and is otherwise fine, however camera is photos only, something is still broken with video recording.
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@magnargj There seems to be an issue with certain displays see this hint:
"Note: Mi A2 devices with JDI display panels are unsupported at the moment, however work is being done to support such devices as well. To check which panel your device have, you can use Device Info HW app (requires root)." But how to find out without an android app???
@messayisto I used tha app to find out, first android expeience since 2014. I guess it is a gamble to buy one!
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As far as i know dual sim doesn't work well on VP...
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I will be careful to check the installation process.
Try and check the thread for the devices in your short list to find the major issues people have with them.
@applee I struggled really bad (steep learning curve), but this isn't really my comfort zone. I bricked it and had to open the phone to get it back alive, but with patience I managed. There is a thread about it on the forum: https://forums.ubports.com/topic/6187/ut-installation-failure
It was worth it, though
@keneda I confirm, at least with Spanish SIMs. Camera also works perfectly both for photos and videos. Right now I don't see anything that doesn't work in the Volla Phone, well, Anbox I haven't tried.
Thanks all i tried the Xiaomi Mi A2 unfortunately i could never finish the install process. Will give it a try after the holidays. Btw. thanks for https://forums.ubports.com/topic/6187/ut-installation-failure
I also tried the F5121 (the one without dual sim) installation was fine but the battery life time is simply a joke
Volla i too expensive for me currently.
The OPO3 (I had a OPO) is nice but lacks video.
Ahh and i have a pinephone but yes let's not talk about it
@delijati don't give up!