If you were tempted in purchasing a BlackBerry KEYone but weren't really feeling the price, your time has now arrived. The handset will be $50 off for only 24 hours starting on October 18.
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BlackBerry has experienced quite a resurgence over the past few months led by the KEYone. A new handset is expected in October and while details are scarce, we might now be getting our first look.
BlackBerry has confirmed that its Priv and DTEK smartphones will not receive an update to Android 7.0 Nougat or 8.0 Oreo. Regardless, security updates should continue for the affected devices.
After being announced at IFA Berlin, the BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition has made its way to retailer Carphone Warehouse. The handset appears to be available and can be had for the price of £549.
At IFA Berlin, BlackBerry announced healthy sales of its KEYone handset. The firm also debuted a new variant of the model, the Black Edition, that offers more RAM and internal storage space.
It was only a couple months ago that the BlackBerry KEYone was shown to have a weak screen under pressure. Now, the new and improved version is put to the test and shown to be much better.
BlackBerry has quite a way to go before it can reclaim the smartphone throne. The firm looks to have something in store for IFA Berlin, with the KEYone possibly taking the stage once again.
BlackBerry has announced a special black variant of its KEYone smartphone for India. The BlackBerry KEYone 'Limited Edition Black' will be exclusive to an online retailer in the region.
In a rare move to keep its customers at ease, TCL has improved the construction of its BlackBerry KEYone handset, by taking extra steps to ensure that the screen will not pop off during rough use.
The BlackBerry KEYone is the latest offering from the company that sold its rights to manufacturer TCL. The phone was tested for durability and did well, but has a major flaw with its design.
BlackBerry's TCL-manufactured, Android-powered KEYone smartphone with a physical keyboard has reportedly run in to some issues that have caused its launch to be delayed by at least a month.
TCL, the exclusive rights holder for the BlackBerry brand, could be planning to launch as many as three new Android smartphones with the iconic Canadian brand by the end of this year.
TCL unveiled its latest Blackberry handset, the KEYone today and, although it will be available in a couple months, you can now signup to be informed when the handset will be ready for purchase.
At Mobile World Congress 2017, BlackBerry has officially unveiled its 'KEYone' handset - which was developed under the code-name 'Mercury'. The device comes with a physical QWERTY keyboard as well.