Right on schedule, the BlackBerry KEYone can be purchased in the United States starting tomorrow, May 31. The new BlackBerry can be purchased from a select number of Best Buy stores or on BestBuy.com, you can also order the KEYone on Amazon with Prime’s two-day shipping for $549 from both stores.
As it stands, Sprint availability is still up in the air, the press release states that "Additional carrier availability of the BlackBerry KEYone – including Sprint retail availability – is expected to start this summer."
Our full written review of the TCL-made BlackBerry KEYone went live this week. It’s got a few quirks, but legacy BlackBerry users will be happy to know that the KEYone may finally be worthy of your long-awaited upgrade. Check out our full review to decide for yourself.
The BlackBerry was first shown off at CES this year and later fully revealed at MWC a couple of months later. While the KEYone probably won't be a market disruptor, it will definitely have people talking about BlackBerry again. The KEYone will be a determining factor to help the company decide how to continue in today's demanding mobile industry.
Check out the source link for the full press release.
and that makes it better than Galaxy S8 or IPhone 7?! is that what makes this a true productivity phone?! hmmmm I'm speechless how BB came up with that! shame on Apple and Samsung! :)))))
I already read the review many times. and as stated in the review, the sound is not that great and the swipe thing is pretty laggy and unusable in many apps, even websites! the processor is subpar, midranger at best, the screen is LCD with limited ...
Well there is also the blackberry apps and software like the hub, the productivity tab, detk....wich make it a very good productive phone amd its more secure than the other android phones...and the keyboard has a lot of feature like swype implemented...