I love that kind of optimism!
I am absolutely sure, that Fairphone is having a larger percentage of troubles than other phones. But that’s to be expected. (And I can make do with all I have encountered so far.)
As I already posted in another thread, there are some vital points, that have to be taken into account:
The total number of phones having been produced so far is likely to equal the number of phones produced by one of the global players dayly. As the phones are produced in batches, product enhancements don’t seem to happen, while they in fact can be implemented only with every new batch
While global players can force their suppliers and production plants to do thorough quality testing and to destroy whole batches of phones ore parts before delivering them to the customer, Fairphone has no such opportunity (moneywise as well as market power-wise); making it more likely defective devices are being delivered to customers.
The change of supplier for the displays in my opinion is proof thereof.
The FP2 is a newly developed phone and a revolutionayre new modular design concept. Those kind of products tend be more troublesome, as such new concepts always have to prove themselfes against real everyday use.
My expectation would be, that, as demand grows, production cyles are getting shorter and possible design flaws will be corrected, bringing the error rate down to a normal level.
Just as a reminder:
I am absolutely satisfied by my FP2; I am not a poweruser and have experienced minor flaws only. Biggest problem would be the fast draining of the battery (that really has not been improved by Android 6 ;))