Blackberry Key2

BlackBerry's marginally upgraded, red-accented KEY2 is out today


And it costs $699.





BlackBerry's barely overhauled, red-complemented KEY2 is out today 


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BlackBerry's barely overhauled, red-complemented KEY2 is out today 


Also, it costs $699. 



Saqib Shah Saqib Shah, 6h back 


The BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition arrives in the US today with twofold the capacity out of the case (128GB). To a greater extent a stop-hole than a continuation, the handset likewise packs Hub+ programming upgrades and revived adaptations of the BlackBerry Hub and BlackBerry Calendar. In addition you get red earbuds to coordinate the red shades on the telephone's front and sides (and in the middle of the keys on that touch-touchy console). 


Other than that, you're taking a gander at indistinguishable specs to the OG KEY2: 6GB RAM, a mid-go Snapdragon 660 chipset, a 4.5-inch 3:2 LCD screen, and a 3,500 mAh battery. However, at $699, it will at present cost you nearly $100 more than its nine-month-old antecedent, which appeared to be overrated in any case. We previously observed the Android telephone at MWC in February, and it propelled in China a month ago. With respect to an appropriate development, BlackBerry Mobile brand licensee TCL is moving far from a yearly update cycle, so you're taking a gander at an ETA a lot later in the year.

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