BlackBerry KEYone Durability Test – SCREEN FAIL!
BlackBerry KEYOne is the latest 2017 flagship from Blackberry. Recently released and its already having a huge problem. Running Android, this new smartphone has some pretty awesome and unique features, like a full fledged keyboard. But what about hardware? Blackberry was previously known for incredibly durable phones… will Blackberry let this new screen flaw haunt their new line of devices? Or are they going to add some adhesive under the display to fix the problem? Hopefully Blackberry will take care of any customer that has a display detaching issue with their device.
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