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  1. hjc73734's Avatar
    I hope he does a teardown and examination of the KEYone like he does for the other phones he's tested. Also closer examination of how that screen was supposedly held in place.
    06-17-17 10:57 AM
  2. Dmd74's Avatar
    [QUOTE=bb10adopter111;12927819]1% would be a large defect rate, but I am skeptical that this is a real issue for more than a handful of phones.

    The numbers that I presented are clearly speculative. Currently I have been unable to find any accurate data as to the number of phones sold or numbers of phones experiencing these issues. Anyone's statements regarding the posts on CrackBerry being just the proverbial tip of the iceberg are pure guess work. I would also love to see everyone's degree who makes statements in regards to longitudinal flexing or the necessity to have more adhesive applied. I admit, sometimes manufacturers make errors in the engineering and construction of cell phones, see the Samsung Note 7. That being said though, these manufacturers employ some of the most highly qualified engineers in the industry. Yet there must be a shortage of employment opportunities for these engineers as we have countless experts behind their computer on this website telling us all how they manufactured this phone all wrong.
    06-17-17 06:46 PM
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    [QUOTE=Dmd74;12928472]
    1% would be a large defect rate, but I am skeptical that this is a real issue for more than a handful of phones.

    The numbers that I presented are clearly speculative. Currently I have been unable to find any accurate data as to the number of phones sold or numbers of phones experiencing these issues. Anyone's statements regarding the posts on CrackBerry being just the proverbial tip of the iceberg are pure guess work. I would also love to see everyone's degree who makes statements in regards to longitudinal flexing or the necessity to have more adhesive applied. I admit, sometimes manufacturers make errors in the engineering and construction of cell phones, see the Samsung Note 7. That being said though, these manufacturers employ some of the most highly qualified engineers in the industry. Yet there must be a shortage of employment opportunities for these engineers as we have countless experts behind their computer on this website telling us all how they manufactured this phone all wrong.
    I think they did a great job. I'm just saying that a slab phone gains extra rigidity from the glass running the length of the phone. I wouldn't change a thing however, as I love the form factor. I didn't mean to suggest I was second guessing them.

    For what it's worth, my degree is from a technical school in Cambridge, MA, that has a reputation for turning out decent engineers. But that doesn't make me qualified to assess mobile phone design. I was just talking physics.
    Posted with my trusty Z10
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    06-17-17 07:54 PM
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