Thanks for the interesting blog entry and the follow-up. As a two-phone strategy for covering needs of different spheres of life was mentioned, I would like share my privacy conscious use case.
I wouldn’t mind using two phones as long as my SIM lives in Pure only . With Pure I’d enjoy low SAR and reduce overall gadget stress. Privacy, security and open source being essential, as well. While not willing to give up many functionalities of map apps and compelled to use phone app messengers (Signal, WA…) I’d keep my Android phone, too. Luckily, that does not have to ruin one’s privacy scenario any longer. An Android phone flashed with a deGoogled, security-focused OS directed to laymen (e.g. /e/ or CalyxOS) outperforms Google’s in so many ways. In my opinion, with the rich ecosystem of ethical solutions now emerging at an accelerating pace the drastic choice between total privacy and no-privacy is just one of the options on a privacy-no-privacy continuum.
Personally, I wish to be able to use Pure as an essential part of my personal solution. And a privacy-enhanced Android as a second phone dependent on 4G connection residing in Pure. For this dream to come true I wish Mudita Pure will be able to share 4G to Android and/or iOs phone, eventually Tethering to iPad pro