The hardware keyboard on a phone will live for another year - BlackBerry is announcing the Key2 handset on June 7. The info comes courtesy of the company's own Twitter account, so it's about as official is it gets.
🔑2⃣ 👀 pic.twitter.com/t4ZF9yGfhH— BlackBerry Mobile (@BBMobile) May 11, 2018
The BlackBerry Key2 went through the Chinese telecom governing body a couple of weeks ago, revealing its looks, plus some key (wink) specs. The official name wasn't mentioned back then, however. Well, it is now.
Above the hardware keyboard, there's 4.5-inch 1620:1080 display in a 3:2 ratio in a world of ever taller aspects. The Snapdragon 660 is in charge of doing the math, while a dual 12MP+8MP camera brings the Key series in present times.
This phone will be trully OVER PRICED , thats what BB usually does , thats why they will never be one of the top selling phone ever again , come on BB give us a good price , and they will sell like hot cakes
I know what you mean. I just installed 'Button Mapper' and customised the onscreen buttons so that a single press does nothing, only a double press, or long press. Therein lies the advantage of Android, there is loads of flexibility and customisation...
They cannot bring 9900 with Android and batter live of 3 days. The difference is in the software - Android is a huge CPU (and battery) hog, compared to the original BB or BB10.
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