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  1. Elazar Ben Lou Lou's Avatar
    Given that I had the option to buy either one, I decided to go with the keyone black edition, it's been working really grt no issues so far. I find no actual reason to upgrade at this point. I'm hoping for at least another year or so til I upgrade, by that time I'll have a clearer picture where BlackBerry as a company stands and if it's even worth continuing buying their phones in my opinion.
    11-09-18 02:53 PM
  2. willyq711's Avatar
    I did get the Key2 as I definitely need that better performance for AA and Google Asst. My wife's Samsung Note 8 performance flawlessly and fast on both AA & Google Asst through my same car. However, as much as I'd hate to say it, I also am watching closely where BlackBerry goes over the next 1 to 2 years. With the announced production and approx release of the Samsung Flex foldable phone for late next year, that's looking like quite the interesting next step up, only that the battery may not be to par. I'll continue with BlackBerry, but only if they start to produce real performance boosts rather than these little baby steps everytime they release something new.
    11-10-18 09:01 AM
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