BlackBerry KEYone set to be available on the final day of May 2017 in the U.S. and Canada. So many abound why several people appreciate the features of this phone in North America, ranging from is unique battery life to its physical keyboard, people who have never used a BlackBerry are now consumers of the BlackBerry KEYone.
The exciting product will be available for sale via Amazon and other Best Buy stores just at the price of $549.99. Two distinct variants of the free phone models will be obtainable. While one of the variants will allow GSM carriers such as T-Mobile and AT&T, the other option will be available for CDMA operators such as Sprint and Verizon. However, this summer will have Sprint feature on the GSM carrier variant.
As the launch time counts down, many carriers in Canada will make the new phone obtainable with individual plans. Likewise, several other wireless operators will put up the BlackBerry KEYone for sale online and in stores. With a two-year deal, the carrier will start off at $199, and the device will sell at $729 for retail.
Some features of the BlackBerry KEYone
Embracing latest designs, the KEYone features a QWERTY keyboard that has a great design as compared to the BalckBerry Priv slider. The new BlackBerry features metal frets that give an improved typing experience in the portrait position. As a result of the combination of a whole Snapdragon 625 chipset with 3505mAh battery, the KEYone comes with a great long lasting battery. Consequently, with the BlackBerry KEYone sipping chip in the battery, users can stay away from energy for up to two days.
In a statement by the President and General Manager, TCL Communication NA, Steve Cistulli, he stated how exciting it is to launch the BlackBery KEYone in the U.S for their customers to have a more swashbuckling experience in using BlackBerry Smartphones. He added that the KEYone is an unmatched smartphone that offers excellent experience and ensures that the clients get the ideal feel of long lasting battery, security and great functionality that characterizes the iconic BlackBerry devices.