If you still demand a physical keyboard with your smartphone, but need Android on a budget, the new BlackBerry KEY2 LE announced at IFA 2018 today might fit the bill. Taking TCL’s generally well-received BlackBerry KEY2 and trimming it down for a more affordable price point, the new smartphone starts at under $400.
Despite the price cut, you still get the essentials of what makes the BlackBerry brand still appealing. Up top, there’s a 4.5-inch 1620 x 1080 display covered in Gorilla Glass, while underneath it is TCL’s latest hardware keyboard. That has QWERTY keys that are almost 10-percent larger than those on the original BlackBerry KEYone, the company points out.
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