In early June, a prominent YouTuber broke — nay, destroyed — a KEYone, and BlackBerry Mobile was forced to defend its new baby, a phone that had, until that point, been largely without controversy. The company promised it would make things right, and it has done just that.
It claimed that only a small number of people were experiencing issues with the KEYone's display detaching from its body like a chocolate bar, but nonetheless it was taking action to reinforce the component using additional adhesives.
Now, the company says that work is complete and better, stronger KEYones are rolling off the manufacturing lines and onto shelves. From the CrackBerry forums:
The last sentence is also worth noting, because the company is not proactively replacing functioning KEYones but is merely saying that, should damage to the screen occur, it is covered under warranty.
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Daniel Bader was a former Android Central Editor-in-Chief and Executive Editor for iMore and Windows Central.