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About 2 months ago I did a durability test on the new BlackBerry KeyOne, that didnt go too well. I bought my NEW KeyOne HERE: http://amzn.to/2vGVaPr
The display popped off of the old Blackberry Keyone smartphone. Most people would consider the display falling off the phone a bad thing. And I would agree. Blackberry was quick to come to the rescue with promises of better adhesive, and replacements to customers who were effected... so its time to test the NEW Blackberry I purchased yesterday.
Previous KeyOne Durability test fail: https://youtu.be/mavrdYZPg0Q
BUT... did they actually fix anything? or were their statements full of corporate damage control and cover up? There is only one way to find out.
I purchased another BlackBerry Key one yesterday, and its time to open it up. If Blackberry Does fix the KeyOne display issues... would you buy one?
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