But then again maybe it's better to go for a cheaper $150 Linux phone than the much more expensive librem.

Can you imagine going from an Android device to something running Linux? Linux is great but there is almost no history of it as a phone OS. What's the software story going to be like?

It's likely to make people miss their mainstream devices. Might as well buy a cheap one as a secondary phone and help build the ecosystem while hanging on to your iPhone or Android.

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