Today, BlackBerry announced its latest handset, the KEY2 LE. The smartphone offers the same design as the KEY2, but changes some of the internal details, in order to offer a device that is more affordable. Renders and pictures are good, but sometimes seeing the phone in action is better. BlackBerry has released an official promotional video for the phone, detailing the phone's strengths which is supported by a catchy tune.
The video starts off by highlighting the sleek design, which is accented on the rear by its soft textured back. Just like the more costly BlackBerry KEY2, you'll still get the same 4.5-inch display and iconic physical QWERTY keyboard. You'll also get a dual camera setup on the rear, which will be comprised of 13MP and 5MP shooters.
The phone will come in three colors: Atomic, Champagne, and Slate. You'll also get peace of mind knowing that it comes with all of the great security features that BlackBerry is known for. The phone will run Android 8.1 Oreo and will start at $399 USD.
Source: BlackBerry Mobile (YouTube)