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BlackBerry KEY2 is 'the most secure Android smartphone'

7 monthes ago   |   By Beta News

There was once a time where most smartphones had hardware keyboards. There were BlackBerry and Palm Treo devices that were an absolutely joy to type on. Apple's iPhone wasn't the first smartphone to forgo a physical keyboard entirely, but it is responsible for popularizing it. As a result, Palm and BlackBerry lost almost all of their marketshare, ultimately becoming a footnote in smartphone history. And now, most smartphones are touchscreen-only for typing. While BlackBerry no longer makes smartphones, it does license its name to a company called TCL which makes Android devices that carry...
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BlackBerry Key2 Officially Launched, Price Confirmed

BlackBerry Key2 Officially Launched, Price Confirmed

7 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

We have heard countless reports over the past couple of months that TCL will soon be launching a new BlackBerry-branded smartphone. The leaks had revealed that this device will be called the BlackBerry Key2 and as the name suggests, it would be a successor to the BlackBerry KeyOne. TCL's BlackBerry Mobile division has officially launched the BlackBerry Key2 today and has also confirmed its price.
As expected, the BlackBerry Key2 features a 4.5 ich 1620×1080 pixel resolution LCD display with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, 6GB RAM, up to 128GB of storage, and a 3,500mAh battery. It...
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Hands On With Keyboard-Equipped BlackBerry KEY2

Hands On With Keyboard-Equipped BlackBerry KEY2

7 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

BlackBerry Mobile and TCL Communication announced the BlackBerry KEY2 today, the second-generation physical keyboard smartphone from the new partnership that the two companies forged back in late 2016. This smartphone borrows a lot of its looks from the original KEYone that debuted last year, with the main difference being the smaller forehead and larger keys on the physical keyboard. That makes the KEY2 more modern-looking and also easier to type on for those that weren't big BlackBerry users back in the day.
The keyboard on the KEY2 is still a traditional physical unit, making the...
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BlackBerry Mobile studied the clickiness of the Bold 9900 for the KEY2's physical QWERTY

BlackBerry Mobile studied the clickiness of the Bold 9900 for the KEY2's physical QWERTY

7 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

BlackBerry Mobile introduced the BlackBerry KEY2 today, and the sequel includes a physical QWERTY keyboard that has keys 20% larger than the ones found on the KEYone. The TCL division payed close attention to detail when designing the phone, even taking the time to study the "clickiness" of the BlackBerry Bold 9900 in order to enhance the sound created when typing. For many BlackBerry users, that clicking sound is feedback that allows the user to know that he/she is depressing just one key at a time. If something sounds amiss, it warns the user to check the screen for a typing miscue.
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BlackBerry KEY2 finally announced with some new tricks

7 monthes ago   |   By Techno Buffalo


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The BlackBerry KEY2 has been announced: improved keyboard, Optical Superzoom, 2-day battery life

The BlackBerry KEY2 has been announced: improved keyboard, Optical Superzoom, 2-day battery life

7 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

The BlackBerry KEY2 has just been announced. It's a reiteration of last year's KEYone and it looks like this is the smartphone that TCL Communication wants to push as its flagship device. Rocking the latest improvements in software and hardware and introducing a few features for the first time ever seen on a BlackBerry phone, let's dive in and see what it's all about!
Design
The BlackBerry KEY2 looks a lot like its predecessor from last year. We don't mean this in a bad way, not at all. It's a classy-looking device, with a series 7 aluminum frame, the signature ...
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TCL announces BlackBerry Key2 with dual cameras, Firefox Focus, and Speed Key

TCL announces BlackBerry Key2 with dual cameras, Firefox Focus, and Speed Key

7 monthes ago   |   By VentureBeat

Chinese electronics company TCL today announced the BlackBerry Key2, priced at $649 USD, $829 CAD, €649, and £579. The Key2 is the first BlackBerry smartphone to include a dual-rear camera and a new feature called Speed Key, a customizable shortcut key for accessing apps, contacts, and functions at any time. TCL did not share an exact launch date...
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Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus leaked in high-quality photos

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