If you’re planning to buy the Blackberry KEYone then you might want to think twice about that purchase first. After all, it’s not a cheap device since it will set you back roughly P27,000.
More importantly, it has one major product flaw you don’t want being stuck with until Blackberry gets it fixed.
A durability test conducted by YouTuber JerryRigEverything revealed that the KEYone’s screen is actually not in any way attached to the rest of the phone, which might be a potential deal breaker for consumers.
This makes it easy for the KEYone’s screen to pop out from its body, whether accidentally or forcefully.
Skip to the 4:32 mark to check it out:
Fortunately, those who’ve already bought the KEYone won’t have to fret too much since this seems to be an issue which can be easily resolved.
In the meantime, you can check out the other smartphones that failed JerryRigEverything’s durability test and have been placed in his infamous “shelf of shame.”
1) Nexus 6P
It’s hard to watch a phone that costs a couple of thousands to just crack in half in under five seconds. But this is what happened to the Nexus 6P despite having the tough gorilla glass 4 screen.
2) Xiaomi Mi 5
This fragile option for a flagship phone also has gorilla glass 4 technology, but that wasn’t enough to keep it from snapping like a cracker under the slightest pressure.
3) HTC M9
Don’t let its solid aluminum body fool you. According to Jerry, who admitted that he was surprised with the result, this phone’s durability is only as good as three spoons. And we all know that spoons are really weak when it comes to bend tests.
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