The Dutch company Fairphone has introduced the Fairphone 5 smartphone, which not only continues the brand’s commitment to sustainability and maintainability, but also offers more modern features, reports The Verge.

Fairphone 5 - eco-friendly, repairable, and now more modern smartphone

The Fairphone 5 features a 6.46-inch OLED display with a refresh rate of 90 Hz and a resolution of 2770 x 1224 pixels. It has two 50-megapixel primary cameras and a 50-megapixel selfie camera placed in the screen notch. The device supports 30W fast charging and has a 4200 mAh battery that can be charged for 1000 charge cycles.

Fairphone 5 - eco-friendly, repairable, and now more modern smartphone

The device is powered by a Qualcomm QCM6490 chipset, equivalent to the mid-range Snapdragon 778G, and features 8GB of RAM and 256GB of expandable internal storage. It also has an IP55 dust and water resistance rating, which is a slight improvement over its predecessor, which had an IP54 rating.

Fairphone 5 - eco-friendly, repairable, and now more modern smartphone

Fairphone has increased the number of repair modules in the smartphone to 10, allowing users to replace individual components such as rear cameras or SIM and SD card slots. The company promises at least five major Android updates and eight years of security patches, aiming to make the device usable until at least 2031, and potentially until 2033.

Fairphone 5 is manufactured using more than a dozen materials from sustainable sources, including recycled aluminum, tin, nickel and plastic. Fairphone works with organizations such as the Alliance for Responsible Mining to improve the ethical sourcing of materials. The price of the smartphone is 699 euros in the eurozone and 619 pounds in the UK, and delivery to Europe will begin on September 14. However, there are no plans for a US release at this time.