BlackBerry Key


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BlackBerry Key

A family of Android-based BlackBerry smartphones from TCL Communication, www.blackberrymobile.com. Replacing BlackBerry's proprietary operating system, Key models take advantage of BlackBerry's experience with security in the enterprise. Starting in 2017, BlackBerry phones support the Android Enterprise Recommended program that separates business from personal use so that company-owned phones can be managed securely while employees enjoy their phones when out of the office.


BlackBerry Key Smartphone
BlackBerry Key phones are Android devices that use the physical keyboard users have loved for decades but with the added advantage of security. In addition, each key on the keyboard can be made a shortcut when long pressed, and top models turn the keys into a scrolling touchpad.
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BlackBerry KEY 2 is the latest iteration in TCL's Android-based phone with a physical keyboard.
Under the hood, the BlackBerry KEY 2 is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 660 processor with 6GB of RAM and comes with either 64GB or 128GB of storage.
The newest addition to the BlackBerry KEY series smartphone lineup offers three colours variants -- Slate, Champagne and Atomic -- while keeping with the BlackBerry KEY2 design evolution which includes minimised screen bezels and redesigned chassis for a more modern look and feel.
It also includes a Full-HD, 2.5D display with similar BlackBerry KEY series dimensions, the BlackBerry KEY2 LE is both thinner and lighter, and boasts a redesigned keyboard with keys that are nearly 10 percent larger than those featured on the BlackBerry KEYone.