BlackBerry announced that it will launch a new phone on 7 June

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Although no longer a king in the smartphone industry, the BlackBerry name is still fairly well known. BlackBerry will launch its new phone, BlackBerry Key2 on 7 June.

Key2 is the successor of BlackBerry KeyOne launched last year. KeyOne is a premium Android smartphone equipped with a physical QWERTY keyboard that characterizes BlackBerry-made phones.

Key2 will be launched in New York at 10 am local time. This BlackBerry announces through a tweet.
Prior to this, a device that allegedly as a BlackBerry Key2 had appeared on the site of China's telecommunications regulatory body, TENAA.

In the list of specifications that appear on the site, it seems BlackBerry Key2 will be equipped with two cameras on the back. Just like its predecessor, Key2 will also be equipped with a physical keyboard.

From the TENAA site, it is also known that the phone that allegedly as Key2 has a 4.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1080 x 1620 with 6GB of RAM, 64GB of internal memory and a battery of 3,360 mAh.

This phone will already use Android 8.1 and has a microSD slot that is compatible with microSD card with up to 128GB memory.


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