BlackBerry has made a smooth transition into the Android world through some remarkable releases such as the BlackBerry Priv. The KeyOne is another addition to its newfound love with Android and the smartphone’s launch price of rupees 55,000 is well complimented by its early April 2017 release time.
An HD display AND a QWERTY keyboard
We have to say that the KeyOne is a win-win; not only does it support a 4.5 inches 1080p HD capacitive touchscreen but if you’re in the mood to dip into the old BlackBerry style of things, the QWERTY keyboard is there to help you out.
Cameras: just wow!
Featuring a 12 megapixel primary sensor with phase detection autofocus plus a dual-LED flash and a very capable 8 megapixel selfie sensor, the KeyOne could easily be known as the CameraOne.
Sheer inner strength accompanies the KeyOne
The smartphone is powered by an octa-core processor with 3 gigs of RAM. Simply smooth sailing for the built-in Android Nougat while 32 gigs of internal storage, USB type-C, fast charging and a mammoth 3505 mAh battery are the KeyOne’s other strengths.