- Jan 10, 2021
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I was recently using TuxPhones to learn which phones and tablets are compatible with Linux because I'm still looking into upgrading my devices (I now have the money to finally do that). While I did find at one least phone I was thinking of getting, it reinforced how Linux still isn't widely-compatible on most devices. While there are the Librem devices, they're too expensive for my budget, and the Pine devices are known for being experimental hardware. I also tried looking at ThinkPenguin and Star Labs, but they don't offer phones or tablets. There's a few other Linux vendors, but I don't remember their names off of the top of my head, and searching for their names on DDG gave me vague results.