Back in August, a cheaper alternative to the BlackBerry KEY2 surfaced in the form of the KEY2 LE, seeing an official launch at the end of that month. Billed as being "an icon for all", the smartphone features a physical keyboard and a number of productivity and security features associated with the BlackBerry brand. Otherwise, as far as headline specs are concerned, the device includes a 4.5-inch 1080p 3:2 display, 4GB RAM, and either 32GB or 64GB of storage.
While it was also made know that the KEY2 LE would be made available in several finishes, specifically Atomic, Champagne, and Slate, only the last option was available since the device's initial retail availability in October. However, if you've been hanging out for the other colors, we now know where you can pick up a handset in the United States.
If the Atomic shade takes your fancy, then Best Buy has the exclusive on that for the time being. Otherwise, if you had your eyes on the Champagne version, then you purchase that model from either Best Buy or Amazon. You will be paying a higher price though, with the Atomic and Champagne versions of the BlackBerry KEY2 LE setting you back $499.99, $50 more than the Slate option.