TCL, the manufacturers behind all of the latest BlackBerry devices, introduced a new device for the KEY lineup, KEY2 LE. While it looks like the KEY2 from only June of this year, it’s different, according to TCL.
As stated in the press release, “With this new addition to their product lineup, the KEY2 LE keeps the iconic BlackBerry styling while offering an accessible entry point for our fans around the world to enjoy a modern BlackBerry smartphone.”
For specs, KEY2 LE offers a 4.5″ LCD 1080p display, Snapdragon 636 processor, 4GB RAM, 32GB or 64GB storage, 3,000mAh battery, dual rear cameras (13MP+5MP), NFC, fingerprint reader located in the spacebar, Android 8.1 “Oreo,” as well as all of the security goodies you’d expect from BlackBerry.
To help set this device apart from KEY2, besides the lower price, it will be offered in three colors: Slate, Champagne and Atomic.
KEY2 LE will go on sale next month, priced at $399 for the 32GB model and $449 for 64GB.
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