The Keyone has become the most pre-ordered BlackBerry phone at Canadian carrier Rogers. This was revealed by Steve Cistulli (President and General Manager over at TCL Communications) in a tweet.
Rogers began accepting pre-orders for the device late last week, and is offering it for CAD 679 (around $500) outright. The handset will go on sale in the country starting May 31. Other Canadian carriers like Bell, Bell MTS, SaskTel, and Telus will also be carrying the phone.
Cistulli also confirmed that the US launch is set for May 31 as well, something we already know. He added the Keyone will be available in the country through "different retail channels."
@BBMobile 4/ The KEYone will be in-stock and available to purchase on May 31 here in the U.S., available through different retail channels— Steve Cistulli (@SteveCistulli) May 26, 2017
They are very good at security. But, if they made the design future-proof, plus overwhelming specs at a decent price, wouldn't people buy it?
This is good news. Congratulations BlackBerry.
And the 'Candy Crush' brigade keep moaning and trolling. Because it's all about games...