BlackBerry is one of the last of the Old Guard of the mobile phone world that has been struggling to make a knock-out come-back. BlackBerry had the DTEK 60 and the DTEK 50 which barely made a dent in the global conscience. The Priv was BlackBerry’s attempt at a hybrid smartphone with a physical keyboard, but that didn’t go very well. The BlackBerry KEYone is the company’s second attempt at a smartphone with a physical keyboard, aimed squarely at business and enterprise users. Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor and 4GB of RAM, the Indian version of the BlackBerry KEYone is special. For starters, this is an all-black smartphone, manufactured by Optiemus and it differs slightly in its finish from the models made by TCL for the international market. The screen also seems to be better reinforced with the Indian edition, as one problem with the internationally released models seemed to be that the screens kept popping off. We’ve spent a lot of time with the BlackBerry KEYone and you can go through our exhaustive findings in the review that follows.