That of course is due to Google’s Android ant not to Fairphone.
As most likely is the case for speech-to-text conversion.
That might be due to the fact, that it is maintained by a very enthusiastic and engaged community and not by a big corporation like Apple.
I really understand your disappointment, but you simply can not buy a phone made by a small start up company, that has sold maybe 150.000 phones since 2014 (of a revolutionary new design by the way) and expect the performance of an i-phone, that’s sold 150.000 every 4 hours (77 million in the first quarter of 2018) by a global player.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s ok by me, as - matter of fact - the FP2 right now is not a phone for everyone (i.e. every purpose/need/requirement). The battery-performance alone prevents this.
I just would like to point out, that - in times of frustration - it might be a good idea to “take a step back” and look at what one is comparing, when confronting Fairphone with Samsung, Huawei, Apple, LG …