Take a look at some leaked photos of the BlackBerry KEY2

Joanna Estrada
June 5, 2018

BlackBerry announced they'll be showing off the device in just a few days in NY, and we've heard that they'll be mostly sticking to the design of the original KeyOne with slightly upgraded specs, including a better Snapdragon 660, up to 6GB of RAM, and Android Oreo. I was a huge fan of the first, and I'm intrigued to see how TCL (the licensor of the BlackBerry brand) has improved on arguably the best physical keyboard phone to date.

We already a bit about the BlackBerry KEY2, the successor to last year's quirky but fun BlackBerry KeyOne phone. The massive rear camera is gone as well, with a slimmer dual camera setup in its place.

Though the changes are minor, they really make the device look more modern and premium. If previous rumors are to be believed, the smartphone will offer a 12MP and 8MP sensor combo on the rear. Along with that, the right side of the frame looks like it'll be home to an extra button along with the volume rocker and power/wake button. Although the price is now unknown, if the device is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 660 processor, as previously suggested, we should expect it to be priced similarly to last year's model.

On the front we see a familiar design with a few minor changes.

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