At Mobile World Congress this year, TCL announced the BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition, and it's exactly what it sounds like. It's a BlackBerry KEY2 that comes in a lovely new shade of red.
The one thing that's different is that this model has more storage, coming in at 128GB instead of 64GB. That's why it costs $50 more than the original base model of the KEY2, at $699. It still packs a Snapdragon 660 chipset, 6GB RAM, and a 4.5-inch 1080p display.
The KEY2 is, of course, known for its physical keyboard. There's a fingerprint sensor in the space bar, and the keyboard even supports swipe gestures. There are also all kinds of shortcuts that you can set up to be more productive.
“We’ve received a lot of feedback from customers who have asked for an exclusive device variant of the BlackBerry KEY2, and we’re happy to respond by delivering the BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition to customers in the United States,” said Eric Anderson, General Manager for TCL Communication, North America. “In addition to a new color, this limited edition BlackBerry-branded smartphone comes with increased memory, specialized headphones and new styling, all while providing the reliability, productivity and security our customers have come to expect from this brand.”