The BlackBerry KEYone has officially arrived in India, but with a slightly different moniker: BlackBerry KEYone Limited Edition Black. So what's different? Well, the model comes in all black color and in upgraded memory configuration - 4GB/64GB instead of the usual 3GB/32GB.
Not only this, the variant also offers support for dual-SIM cards, making it the first ever BlackBerry handset of its kind.
Coming to pricing, the device carries a tag of INR 39,990, which currently translates to $625. Launch is set for next week (August 8), with Amazon India being the exclusive sales partner.
How does BlackBerry think people will buy its phone with such a price, you can get a 6gb ram phone same price or cheaper with better specs. As if it's diamond coated
Apparently this is not made by TCL, rather by Optiemus infracom. So, not sure if the build quality and capabilities of the phone will remain same. Of course, it looks better in black than in silver. Priv is still the better design. They needed a...
with a bb os this would have been a fantastic phone