AnonD-662006, 15 Apr 2017Is anyone able to clarify how much the memory can be expanded? I know the specs say 32GB stora... moredoesnt matter as we dont have any 1 or 2tb micro sd. max is 200gb right now
cant wait , im gonna buy it . why ?
main reason :
1. qwerty - quick respond , good for chat.
2. size - 4.5" , Handy , i had priv but its to big.
3. battery 3500 Mha.
A good looking phone with average specs and a major deficiency that its not a dual sim.
Is anyone able to clarify how much the memory can be expanded? I know the specs say 32GB storage with expandable slot that fits a 256GB Micro SD Card but I recently spoke to a Blackberry Rep and he mentioned that t could be expanded to 2TB.
You Know, what really kills me day after day...is the trolls who have never used a Blackberry....refuse to use a Blackberry.....yet they still bash Blackberry. Blackberry users are not SHEEP who heard to the MOST current Samsung or iphone because it's OH so cool to have the latest and greatest (What they think is!)....Blackberry users use their Blackberry for it's purpose...A totally secure and reliable communication device with the best security out there when using a wireless communication device with someone else....OMG...but it does not have games to play with on the phoneÂ…I love my mindless time on what is essentially supposed to be for communication (Secure Communications) Well...the kids can play their games ...oh, and tap on a slab of glass to type out their ridiculous messages....but when it comes right down to it. Blackberry is for professional people beit Government or Corporate, or just someone who just wants to be left alone from the rest of the sheep with privacy and knowing they are privateÂ….then the Blackberry is for you....Thank God the Company still exists and produces the MOST secure phones on the planet!....OhÂ….and when actual keyboards with actual motion keys are no longer available for your desktop or laptop computer...and you now have to pound your fingers on a slab of glass againÂ…for your desktop or laptop computer to workÂ….youÂ’ll then understand and respect why Blackberry is still around
TER, 12 Mar 2017That's right. The perfect blend of the two OSs. This KEYone is very promising even for those w... moreI have been using my Classic for two years and now I couldn't go without the keypad. The Keyone looks awesome!
AnonD-660542, 09 Apr 2017why cant BB have a phone with IRDA blast enabled...pls i will love to seee this kind of phone on BBiRDa blast for remote control
I use a blackberry passport dallas, I`m very glad that I bought this model and the Keyone is very good choice for those who like the old school keyboard models from blackberry.
Thumbs up for blackberry for this model also. Can`t wait for future models like these.
Haha. John Chen continues to amuse me with his lack of leadership and lack of understanding of what is going on inside the company he is supposedly running:
Now BB new strategy is to focus on software? Haha. He is truly a captain without any idea what direction he is headed. How long will the stockholders keep him on board?
Max, 06 Apr 2017It's too early to comment about this phone.
Remember when BlackBerry announced DTEK60, everyo... moreWhy is it too early to comment about the price of the phone?
We know the specs. We know it's not flagship. We know the price.
The price is too high regardless of how well the Chinese assemble the phone. Too many other (better) options unless you absolutely must have a physical keyboard.