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Entries in BlackBerry Key 2 (2)

Friday
Jul202018

Leaked photo suggests BlackBerry Key 2 will get a Lite version

BlackBerry Key 2 recently launched in Canada and most major markets but it seems we might be getting a newer version of the device in the future—if the leaked photos are to be believed, that is. Evan Blass (a.k.a. @evleaks) just showed a photo of what’s being called the Lite version of the aforementioned device. It’ll be made of plastic and will supposedly come in Red, Blue, and Copper. As GSMArena points out, the new colors might be seen along the rim and the front surrounding the display and its QWERTY keyboard.

The phone is codenamed BlackBerry Luna and is said to be a lower-tier version of the phone. It won’t be called a Mini because it’ll have the same size as the Key 2. But it’ll reportedly keep the Convenience key on the side and below the Volume and Power keys.

Friday
Jun292018

Key Operator: The BlackBerry Key 2 review

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

BlackBerry Mobile, which is owned by TCL Communications, has proven that there's a niche of smartphone users who want keyboards. More importantly, it shows that there is still innovation and evolution in keyboard-focused devices.

The BlackBerry KEY2, takes the ideas and design of the BlackBerry KEYOne and pushes them forward in a sleeker, more powerful and upgraded QWERTY keyboard smartphone.

Tapping into its heritage, BlackBerry has used the Bold 9600’s keyboard as the inspiration for the KEY2. Which now has a larger and even more responsive QWERTY keyboard. All the tricks and features are present, including the ability to use the keyboard as a trackpad and the flick-typing functionality for predictive text completion.

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