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BlackBerry Keyone – Full phone specifications

BlackBerry Keyone – Full phone specifications

BlackBerry switches to the dark side of the Force with the Limited Edition Black KEYone

BlackBerry KEYone With Hardware Keyboard, ‘Convenience Key’, 4GB RAM Launched in India

BlackBerry KEYone quick review: A blast from the past

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • The BlackBerry KEYone price in India is Rs. 38,990
  • KEYone is the last smartphone designed in-house by BlackBerry
  • It runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat with preloaded BlackBerry apps

BlackBerry KEYone has been launched in India as an Amazon-exclusive handset, in partnership with manufacturing and distribution partner Optiemus Infracom. The BlackBerry KEYone price in India has been set as Rs. 39,990, and the handset is the last smartphone designed in-house by the company. Its biggest highlight is its hardware QWERTY keyboard, and the phone runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system with BlackBerry’s own security and productivity software onboard. Another unique feature is the hardware Convenience Key that can be customised for various shortcuts. To recall, the smartphone was first launched at MWC 2017.

Aesthetically, the Limited Edition Black KEYone is likely the closest thing to Darth Vader’s smartphone that currently exists. From the BlackBerry logo on the back, to the top and sides, to even the keyboard frets, the phone features a murdered-out look that will certainly appeal to some folks.

As for the other two differences, the Limited Edition Black KEYone goes from 3 GB to 4 GB of RAM while also doubling the on-board storage from 32 GB to 64 GB. More RAM and storage are always welcome, but do not expect a significant performance boost: the phone still features its predecessor’s Snapdragon 625 processor, though software updates have sped up the original KEYone since its launch.

The biggest pain point is availability, since the Limited Edition Black KEYone will only be available in India for just under $624. There is no official word on whether the phone will make its way to other markets, but you do have the option to import it.

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