What ever happened to the Keyever Windows phone? The device was announced back in April 2016 for a release sometime in the third quarter of the year but very little has been heard of it since.
The Keyever phone is a Windows 10 Mobile device created by a company from mainland China. It garnered a fair bit of attention for being a Windows phone with an actual physical keyboard and was going to feature a 3.5-inch qHD AMOLED display with 314 PPI Pixel Density and was going to be powered by a Hexa-Core Processor.
It’s unclear if the concept has been scrapped completely or has been delayed due to market conditions (i.e. overall use of Windows phones has decreased quite a bit). The developers appear to have created a Twitter account in April but its most recent tweet was in May.
— KEYEVER (@KEYEVER_Phone) April 29, 2016
What do you think? Are you expecting the Keyever to appear somewhere down the line? Would there even be an audience for a Windows phone with a keyboard? Let us know in the comments below.Further reading: China, Microsoft, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone