Microsoft promises to allow bootloader unlocking on their first Android phone. What's HMD's excuse?

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Microsoft promises to allow bootloader unlocking on their first Android phone. What's HMD's excuse?

SirFaceFone SirFaceFone
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It's ridiculous (and a bit anti-consumer really, especially for an EU-based company) to deliberately and artificially lock down their users like this. Also missed opportunity for Nokia phones to thrive in the developer community. Such a shame.

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  • user123 user123
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    @SirFaceFone

    HMD makes sure that their phones are "build to last" but unusable after 3yrs.

    its their strategy. that s why even after 3 years, there is no bootloader unlock as well as recovery tool

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