Thursday, June 7, 2018

Blackberry Key2 is now official; A Hot Phone to physical Keyboard lovers

TCL has officially announced the Blackberry Key2 at an event held in New York, today. There were only a few things we didn't already know about the BlackBerry Key2, which was leaked heavily in the past couple of days.



Unsurprisingly, the Key2 is a continuation of the Keyone in almost every respect. It retains the squarish form factor that's highlighted by an iconic physical keyboard and a 3:2 aspect screen and adds a dual camera on the back - a BlackBerry first.

The camera is a dual 12MP with a regular f/1.8, 1.28um, and a telephoto f/2.6, 1.28um that's used for optical zooming as well as portrait shots with defocused backgrounds.

The display is a 4.5-inch 1080x1620px IPS LCD, while the chipset of choice is the Snapdragon 660. It's paired with 6GB of RAM.



The keyboard height has been increased by 20% which BlackBerry claims will increase comfort and typing accuracy. The keys have a new matte finish and have been arranged in a new fret pattern to optimize spacing. There's still a fingerprint scanner embedded into the space key.


There's also a new Speed Key that enables shortcuts that can take you to any app at any time, call a favorite contact or access functions.

Flick typing makes a return - using predictive text that learns your typing over time it will show suggestions that you can flick into your text. You can also use the keyboard as a trackpad to scroll through the UI.


The New key next to the space bar will might work as something excited. We hope that it will open menu in every application. But the true function of this key will be revealed on the given date.


Many of us are missing the blackberry Trackpad and the Call / End keys as we have seen then on Blackberry Classic last time.


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