As scheduled, Sprint has become the first carrier in the US to offer BlackBerry's latest Android phone - the KEYone. The device is now listed on the carrier's website, and you can grab a unit for $528.
Of course, it's also available on monthly payments - zero down followed by $22 each month for next 1.5 years. The handset is only available online - Sprint says it will start offering the phone through its offline channels later this month.
My English is not perfect either. Hell, a lot of tech websites as such don't utilize it, much less proofread their online publishing.
I am keyone's user. But actually he was right that the phone is not suitable for gaming, not because of the GPU or chipset but because you have the keyboard so you dont get full screen that will make you very difficult to control. But let us thi...
Oh is it? Then why do bother to comment here or even look into BlackBerry key one topics... dude wake up apple managed all the way till 2016 with 1 gb ram.