BlackBerry Mobile today announced that as of August 31 this year, TCL Communication will no longer have a licensing deal to sell BlackBerry-branded smartphones, something in place since 2016.
After announcing the device at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year, TCL today announced that the BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition is now available for purchase in the United States.
BlackBerry has announced a new color variant for the BlackBerry KEY2 at MWC 2019. The new variant keeps all the same specs, but now has a bright red color borrowed from the cheaper LE model.
If you wanted to get another in-depth look at the BlackBerry KEY2, the company has now released a video that details its design and some of its features. The smartphone costs $649.99.
The main feature of BlackBerry's new KEY2 handset is its keyboard, combined with the firm's first dual-lens camera. But in the age of touchscreen keyboards, does it work? Here's our review.
At the end of next week, you'll be able to pre-order BlackBerry's latest handset, the KEY2. The phone offers a physical keyboard, dual camera sensor, and will be priced starting at $649.
BlackBerry's KEY2 includes an octa-core Snapdragon 660 chipset, a dual-lens camera, and of course, BlackBerry's signature keyboard. Here's our unboxing and first impressions video.
BlackBerry says that an icon is reborn today, as it announced the KEY2, the company's newest flagship Android phone that includes a physical keyboard, saying it's the most advanced BlackBerry ever.
We are only a few days away from the announcement of BlackBerry's next smartphone and it looks like new renders have leaked, showing off more of the handset. The KEY2 will be announced on June 7.
BlackBerry is set to launch yet another Android smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard and the company has now posted an invite for the launch event on its official Twitter handle.