I bought two of the 2e's - one for my wife and one for me. We've both been super happy with them so far. We really love the thought that went into these devices, the warranty, the repairability and the eco-consciousness of them. The team has been fantastic at communicating throughout the whole process and they are very active on the message boards. For the price point, the modules (SoC, camera, sensors, etc.) aren't winning any competitions anytime soon, but not are they at the bottom. It is a solid device with all of the features we needed and no bloatware (which is a plus on its own). Kudos team teracube!
I am really happy with my teracube- huge update from my three-year-old moto G5. I hope I can keep it for many years. My one pain point with this phone is the camera- it is the worst I have ever experienced. It is so difficult to get it to focus, especially close up. I have to photograph artwork and small sculptures for my classwork, so this is honestly really annoying for me. Taking a photo that should take two seconds takes over a minute of tapping on different places, adjustment, and prayer. I have even taken out my old phone in order to get better photos. I look forward to being done with this degree and not having to take close up photos anymore!
I have to say that this is one of theost interesting piece of tech that I've gotten to use. On the surface, there's really not much to get excited about. It carries stock Android 10 and gives you the experience you'd expect from that UI. But the real good stuff lies beneath. The removable (and totally replaceable) battery is the best part of this phone. It brings me back to the olden days of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and S5 when upgrading and hacking your hardware were all the rage. Next you have dual sim card slots. Not totally necessary but very handy in case you travel a lot and don't want to have to swap them out all the time. Plus it helps with keeping work calls for work, and personal calls separate. There is an expandable micro sd card slot to give you plenty of storage as well. The things that could use a performance bump? The screen is just meh. Not great, not terrible, just meh. The case that comes on the phone is good enough, but I'd probably skip it because it bulks up the phone. Call quality and signal strength will of course depend on the network, but using it is just fine.
Disappointed with the charging system, purchased a high speed C cable and charger and had to find out through the forum that it doesn't work. An owners manual, kinda figured you'd have that online, would help nontechheads like myself. Other than that I like your whole concept of this phone. I don't like throwing things away and like that I can fix it myself if need be. If there is an e-manual please let me know. Scanning through forum q&A's for answers blows.
Except the next generation will has wireless chargeing.