We were expecting to see the Blackberry 5G in the first half of 2021 – that was the launch window we were told – but evidently, it’s been delayed. Hopefully, we’ll see it soon, though.
The Blackberry 5G may soon fill the void felt by Android power users who love the idea of physical keyboards for faster typing. It’s been far too long since these people have had their fingertips tapping away at the keys of something like the niche and rather average BlackBerry Key2 – launched in 2018 – or even more obscure and middling F(x)tec Pro 1 – launched a year later.
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