The latest Fairphone phones feature 5G connectivity, 48MP dual cameras, and a repairability score of 9.2 out of 10 on the French Repairability Index.
In default mode, the new Fairphone is uniquely manufactured with recycled materials and ethically sourced gold and cobalt and lithium.
Phones are quite easy to repair and disassemble. Consumers can buy spare parts from Fairphone if something is damaged. The new battery costs €29.95, the dual rear cameras cost €79.95 while the selfie camera costs €29.95.
Fairphone guarantees two major Android version updates and software support until the end of 2025. The device also has an IP54 rating and MIL810G drop test certification. The Fairphone 4 offers a 6.3-inch FHD+ LCD with Gorilla Glass 5 protection. There’s a waterdrop notch for the 25MP selfie camera and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
The back carries a 48MP main camera with OIS and a second 48MP ultrawide camera. The third cutout houses the time-of-flight, autofocus, and color sensors. The phone comes with 6/8GB RAM and 128/256GB storage which can be expanded via microSD. There is a clean build of Android 11 on the software side.
The battery has a capacity of 3,905mAh and supports charging speeds of up to 20W. The Fairphone 4 comes with no included charger or cable to help save e-waste. It also lacks a headphone jack although Fairphone is now offering its own TWS earphones for €99.95.
The Fairphone 4 is offered starting at IDR 9.6 for the 6/128GB model while the 8/256GB one will be sold for IDR 10.7 million. Color options include gray, green and speckled green which are exclusive to the 8/256GB model. The first deliveries in Europe are scheduled for October 25.