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BlackBerry KEY2: Everything you need to know

BlackBerry KEY2: Everything you need to know

BlackBerry KEY2: Everything you need to know

The BlackBerry Key2 will officially be unveiled at a media event in NY on Thursday morning although at this point, we're not really sure what else is left to announce aside from a proposed launch date and perhaps carrier partners. BlackBerry is also introducing a new Speed Key that lets you use custom shortcuts from anywhere on the screen.

TCL and BlackBerry Mobile says the Key2 will be released globally at some point in June, but hasn't given a concrete date. Unveiled in NY today, the TCL-made smartphone delivers what we've come to expect from the BlackBerry brand of late: the combination of a touchscreen and a QWERTY keyboard in a minimalistically-handsome design, along with the latest version of Google's OS.

According to Blass, the Key2 will start at $649 which delivers a 4.5-inch (1,620 x 1,080 resolution, 434 PPI) IPS LCD with a 3:2 aspect ratio covered in Corning Gorilla Glass 3.

The BlackBerry KEY2 will go on sale later this month, priced at $649 unlocked and SIM-free. There's a new texture on the back of the device, a dark metal frame, and refreshed buttons.

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The BlackBerry KEY2 is now official. Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, the BlackBerry KEY2 gives users all the power they need to get more done wherever the road takes them.

Our first impression of the BlackBerry KEY2 is that the "reborn icon" comes with just the right amount of design refinements and performance upgrades over the well-reviewed KEYone. It comes preloaded with DTEK by BlackBerry application that removes the complexity of security by providing an "at a glance" security meter. With keys that are apparently 20% larger than the phone's predecessor, there is also a new key called Speed Key that allows users to set 52 custom shortcuts for faster access.

"This is bringing new challenges to the industry". Battery life is up to two days with a feature that follows your charging habits and learns to when to prompt you for a recharge to keep the phone running through a meeting or flight. There's a dual tone LED flash and support for 4K video recording. Firefox Focus, Mozilla's privacy browser, is present too. The Key2 will retail in silver and black, and while the fresh, simplified shape does the device a lot of favors, I expect the sleek and stealthy darker colorway to be a hit with the BlackBerry faithful.

What do you think of the BlackBerry KEY2?

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