Received the phone today.
When starting it first time, it somehow managed to forget the country/locations settings in the setup screen. This caused that the Software Store didn’t work. Nothing was being downloaded or updated (stuck at 0%). Apt from command line worked, though. After setting the language again from Settings, the store began working.
Also after every boot, wifi doesn’t work at all. I have to toggle the hardware button for it to start working.
And of course you can’t select your country so that monetary units, temperature units etc. are correct. In typical Debian style I copied en_DK to en_FI, edited the file and generated a new locale. Now I could set Formats to Finland. But the Restart button in the same screen doesn’t do anything. I had to reboot manually.
Also installed ssh and enabled ssh server.
Now it also hard locked once and I had to hard reset it. Didn’t respond to buttons or ping. I wonder if this was because I tried to enable Automatic Suspend in Power settings. And for some reason it didn’t want to boot afterwards, the boot logo was just spinning for many minutes. I had to reset it once more and then it started up directly.
Well, what to say. I like having pure Linux on a phone (I’ve used Sailfish OS and really like being able to SSH to my phone and do stuff). But it still feels kind of limited and unfinished. Absolutely necessary applications like Authenticator doesn’t seem to work (after installing from flathub by command line).
It won’t be my daily driver, but it will be interesting to see where it is going.