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  1. mhw100's Avatar
    This is a well designed and engineered feature of the SE. The screen floats so that it doesn't snap when the phone bends. Way to go BlackBerry!
    10-13-15 09:45 PM
  2. Gus's Avatar
    This is a well designed and engineered feature. The screen floats so that it doesn't snap when the phone bends. Way to go BlackBerry!
    Hahaha

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    10-13-15 09:46 PM
  3. conbrio29's Avatar
    This is a well designed and engineered feature of the SE. The screen floats so that it doesn't snap when the phone bends. Way to go BlackBerry!
    Really?

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    10-13-15 09:47 PM
  4. mhw100's Avatar
    Really?

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    That was a joke.
    10-13-15 10:58 PM
  5. conbrio29's Avatar
    I was watching some teardown videos of the Passport, and also some pictures of the frame alone, and what it looks like is that the left side of the frame has four screws securing the screen assembly to the frame, while the right side (side with the volume keys) has only three. As a result, the right side on my Passport seems to have slightly more squish right between where the screws are. The squish is still minimal, but because the amount of squish seems to correlate to where structural frame screws are (or are not), the squish/flex makes sense now. Okay, I don't think it's anything to really worry about anymore!

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    10-13-15 11:23 PM
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