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[Question] Sailfish OS vs AOSP rom

The biggest issue that I have with "stock" Android is that I'm the product. IE, all google services are there to provide google with as much personal data as possible for advertisements and whatever grand plan they have.

For me, like I guess most other people, there are a few apps that don't exist outside Android/IOs are a must, so Android (or IOs) compability for these apps are required if switch a change to any other mobile phone os should occur.

So I would like to hear your comments and thought (keep them technical!) on why $50 Sailfish X would be a better choice than running any AOSP rom without google play service on a Sony Xperia X.

(I've been linux kernel lead programmer at a larger company, so technical stuff is not scary.)

[Question] Sailfish OS vs AOSP rom

The biggest issue that I have with "stock" Android is that I'm the product. IE, all google services are there to provide google with as much personal data as possible for advertisements and whatever grand plan they have.

For me, like I guess most other people, there are a few apps that don't exist outside Android/IOs are a must, so Android (or IOs) compability for these apps are required if switch a change to any other mobile phone os should occur.

So I would like to hear your comments and thought (keep them technical!) on why $50 Sailfish X would be a better choice than running any AOSP rom without google play service on a Sony Xperia X.

(I've been linux kernel lead programmer at a larger company, so technical stuff is not scary.)

[Question] Sailfish OS vs AOSP rom

The biggest issue that I have with "stock" Android is that I'm the product. IE, all google services are there to provide google with as much personal data as possible for advertisements and whatever grand plan they have.

For me, like I guess most other people, there are a few apps that don't exist outside Android/IOs are a must, so Android (or IOs) compability for these apps are required if switch a change to any other mobile phone os should occur.

So I would like to hear your comments and thought (keep them technical!) on why $50 Sailfish X would be a better choice than running any AOSP rom without google play service on a Sony Xperia X.

(I've been linux kernel lead programmer at a larger company, so technical stuff is not scary.)

[Question] Sailfish OS vs AOSP rom

The biggest issue that I have with "stock" Android is that I'm the product. IE, all google services are there to provide google with as much personal data as possible for advertisements and whatever grand plan they have.

For me, like I guess most other people, there are a few apps that don't exist outside Android/IOs are a must, so Android (or IOs) compability for these apps are required if switch a change to any other mobile phone os should occur.

So I would like to hear your comments and thought (keep them technical!) on why $50 Sailfish X would be a better choice than running any AOSP rom without google play service on a Sony Xperia X.

(I've been linux kernel lead programmer at a larger company, so technical stuff is not scary.)