First of all, I think Sailfish OS is a wonderful operating system. The issues I was having were not bothering everyone, and not everyone’s device was affected.
There is an echo during the call (for the person talking with you), I couldn’t have VoLTE in my country, and the phone calls were unreliable sometimes (I had to call an ambulance at one point and I needed a swift reaction but my device was acting up. Luckily, I used my wife’s phone instead). That’s when I decided I’d definitely use AOSP on a random device until restructuring happens, and Jolla starts working normally again and fixing bugs.
Bluetooth stops working sometimes (easily fixable with a touch of a button), the fingerprint is unreliable (easily fixable), and some other small annoyances.
Overall, I really like the device (the form factor) and I like SFOS. If I didn’t have an urgent situation where the phone call failed, I would still be using it proudly.
I’ll wait a bit until Jolla ports SFOS on some newer device, and then come back to my safe harbor.