Uneet, 21 Sep 2017Its been 5 days of my usage of this phone. Changed this with my iPhone 5S To start with it ma... morewatch out for display detaching :) but its under warranty issue. After replacing should be fine
Rebel77, 07 Oct 2017best cellphone ever really! i have used like 250 or 300 smartphones dont remember exactly but ... moreso tell me, did you change your display already ? KeyOne has big issue with display detaching.. heard if you replace once it never happen again
best cellphone ever really! i have used like 250 or 300 smartphones dont remember exactly but this one is so perfect for me that i forgot apple befor i only used apple iphones every year but this one actually satisfied my obsession over smartphones so,this is the best phone i ever had
I would like this phone just for the privacy purpose, i avoid android like pest. Sadly, nokia does jot have this forged android. I like the phone, but i would like a faster hardware and better quality overall:|.
Hey i really own one, it was great, i prefer to type on keypad btw(:
How can not direct dial with keypad? But blackberry os has direct keypad dial option.
I've got one, would have been better if the screen resolution was a little lower. Too high DPI for no reason, but drains battery quicker and makes things less snappy. Hope you're listening Blackberry! You had everything optimized so well and then you chuck in this display! Slow as molasses compared to my iPhone.
Its been 5 days of my usage of this phone. Changed this with my iPhone 5S
To start with it may take you a while to get used to it especially the keypad.
Pros: Excellent battery life. Just charged twice in 5 days. Battery deteriorated by around 40% a day.
Emails -- Synced my 6 email accounts with ease and managing pretty well.
Camera -- Decent enough Camera. Don't try and compare to the lies of S8 or iPhone 7 Plus.
Storage -- Decent storage of 64 GB
Ram -- Good enough 4GB Ram
Cons -- Not as smooth as IOS
Not sure of BB Support as can't find any service centre. So finger crossed.
Poor Resale Value. -- That's why I thought of picking this up from the used market. Got a depreciation of 10k for a 10 day old phone! So the learning is that buy this phone if you are sure you want to keep it for long.
Even though the chipset seems low on specs but it doesn't show any lag in usage.
Conclusion -- This is not a gamer friendly phone. It gives a strong business look which i always wanted. So suitable for thorough professionals only and surely gets the job done!
this is my 2nd Key one in a 3 month period , the screen fall off 2 times by it self . I'm still wafting blackberry to send anther one as they said the first ones came out hey have this problem . the screen is so bad I guarantee you if to droop it off at you desk or just slide it slow the screen will come off
Just grabbed Black edition.The reason? It's one of a kind in andriod universe. Beautiful crafted and tough. Specification? Forget about it as long it reliable with excellent battery life. Cross fingers for Oreo update.
A superb phone in all aspects!!!! But please make one Thinner,Lighter, and smaller in size. It is too bulky,heavy, etc.
I went from a note 5 to this and enjoying it so far...
The physical buttons are taking some getting use to as I keep waiting for a virtual keyboard to pop up sometimes before I say "o yea, I have buttons". (a virtual keyboard is defaulted to pop up, which I turned off since you have the physical one). The battery life seems good and not noticing a significant delay in processing power.
The actual screen is a decent size as well, so watching videos is fine.
I keep hitting the space bar to try and go to the home screen. but i am sure after a while this will pass and I will get used to the button layout. Dont expect to go to any stores to find accessories. I went visited 2 AT&T stores looking for stuff, 1 rep didn't even know the phone was out nor had he ever heard of it. The other had nothing available. Just go online to order.
The charging port is a USB C (I think) which means that you prob do not have a charger that fits it. So be prepared to get some additional cords or attachments.
99% of phones today look the exact same so I am happy to have something with different features. If you like a qwerty keyboard I recommend getting this phone.
Had it since May launch in UK, including free replacement phone after screen came loose, which was a problem with the first batch. For those like me who love a keyboard and the Blackberry software, its the best phone in years. Some aspects of the keyboard and general interface not quite as good as BB of old, but very close. Android superb, screen camera etc not the best in the market but better than many, and it looks and feel like what it is - a high tech piece of business kit. 9/10.
From what I've read it's a brilliant option to go for almost went for Passport then I went for Z30 instead.
I'm waiting for the price of black edition to drop and will defo buy it!
P.S. All you guys posted so many convincing reviews!
My best phone since the Nokia E71 (which I still prefer but.. well.. it's ancient and Nokia forgot how to make good phones after they released it).
As an ex iPhone 3gs, 4s and 7 user, and countless android (and BB!) handsets in between, the BB KeyONE has become something that NONE of my previous phones (since the E71) managed to become. That is NOT just a phone.. but a buddy! It feels weird (and sad!) to admit it, but it's true.
With the KeyONE, BB haven't just created a phone. They've created a companion. Something not seen since the PDA days.
I have been using this phone for a month. All i can say is good for this keyone. I really missed the keyboard since Q10. I shift to note5 due to lack of support of some apps.
I have one observation, it seems my keys Â“qÂ“ and Â“aÂ“ are about to pop out. Is this happening the same with you guys?
i ill say its a great phone
after all the old flat full screeen androids available in market from samsung to oppo..
this is something fresh... and exciting..
Sleepwalker, 03 Sep 2017Get the BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition, it ships with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of Storage. Buddy at what price, because it's specs and screen size obsolete, no marketing nor resale chances. Nothing extra to crave for, only 400$ black edition cud test.