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  1. I'm using a faux leather case with a cover flap for my Blackberry KeyOne and today it broke after 6 years of use. The plastic part that holds the phone separated from the faux leather cover. Luckily a little bit of strong and flexible glue fixed it. I only had to scrub off the old and hardened glue beforehand. It's a sign that I need to look for a new smartphone, alongside the rather poor and aging battery.

    about 2 months ago from web
    1. @adiwan My not-leather KeyOne case is mostly still together, but I've had to glue 2 or 3 keys back onto the phone, and my battery is probably no better than yours. Anything with a real keyboard available in Europe still?

      about 2 months ago from web
      1. @scribus Sadly no. I'm occasionally looking for keyboard smartphones but they are an extinct breed. More extinct than phones with a headphone jack and with no stupid front camera notches or punch holes. I had a OnePlus Nord N30 on my radar until I saw the stupid punch hole and no OS feature updates (only 2 years of security updates). Also finding a decent-ish phone under 400€ AND that is satisfying my requirements is practically impossible for me.

        about 2 months ago from web