Be Informed And Earn: BlackBerry KeyOne Android phone Will Go Live in May

Friday, April 28, 2017

BlackBerry KeyOne Android phone Will Go Live in May

BlackBerry's keyboard-equipped Android phone which is dubbed KeyOne and was launched in February at the Mobile World Congress will finally be going on sale in May. The Blackberry KeyOne is an Android-based smartphone, which according to TCL Communications, will be available in U.S. and Canada for purchase in May. Before now, it was stated that the device will go on sale in April but due to this delay will now be available starting next month.
Blackberry KeyOne
Taking a closer look at it the device, it will feature a native QWERTY keypad, a slider, capacitive touch on the entire keyboard for scrolling and a fingerprint sensor.  A 4.5-inch full-HD (1620x1080 pixels) IPS display with a pixel density of 433ppi and Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor which clocks at 2GHz, a 32GB internal memory that can be expanded up to 2TB, 3GB of RAM and an Adreno 506 GPU. Electronically powered by a 3505mAh battery that supports QuickCharge 3.0 with a Boost charging feature which can charge the device up to 50 percent charge in about half an hour with a USB Type-C port. 

The BlackBerry KeyOne is a 4GLTE enabled smartphone with other interesting features like The hub, which collects messages from numerous apps. A security dashboard and the ability to assign each key on the keyboard a shortcut.

The KeyOne will be available for pre-order in Canada starting May 18 at a retail price of £499 ($645) via Bell, Bell MTS, Rogers, SaskTel and Telus Business. In the U.S., TCL will sell unlocked GSM and CDMA versions that can be used with U.S. carriers and it will be available from Sprint later in the year.

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