A new BlackBerry is always a cause for celebration since the smartphone-maker’s reinvention with Android, and the BlackBerry KEY2 is no exception. Unveiled in New York today, the TCL-made smartphone delivers what we’ve come to expect from the BlackBerry brand of late: the combination of a touchscreen and a QWERTY keyboard in a minimalistically-handsome design, along with the latest version of Google’s OS.
In the case of the KEY2 specifically, it’s a clear evolution over the last BlackBerry. The design uses Series 7 aluminum for a continuous frame, which the company says both looks cleaner and is stronger.
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