The iconic business phone is back with a revamped touchscreen and the Android operating system. Retaining BlackBerry’s aesthetics, including its remarkable physical QWERTY keyboard, the handset is made sleeker and lighter without sacrificing durability. Encased in its classy aluminum alloy frame is a stunning 4.5-inch IPS LCD display that’s protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. It’s also the first phone from the company to feature dual 12-megapixel camera sensors with Google Lens and Super Zoom capabilities. Meanwhile, its 8-megapixel secondary camera can capture selfies even in low light conditions. Using their unique quick charge 3.0 technology, the Key2 can be filled up 50 percent within 36 minutes, and can last up to two days on a single charge. Powered by Snapdragon’s octa-core 660 processor, the model is available with either a 64 GB or 128 GB internal memory and a whopping RAM up to 6 GB.
Also published in GADGETS MAGAZINE July 2018 Issue