TCL launches the BlackBerry Key2 for $649

June 7, 2018 Matthew Hughes


Depending on how you feel about the physical keyboard, you’ve been looking forward to this day for a while: TCL just officially announced the BlackBerry Key2. The Key2 is the follow-up to last year’s KeyOne. Like its predecessor, the Key2 is a conventional-looking BlackBerry phone. That’s to say it’s a candybar design, much like the Curves and Bolds of yesteryear, rather than a slider or all-touchscreen device. That’s not to say it’s ugly though. Perish the thought. TCL has taken great pains to make it appear more polished than its predecessor. It has largely accomplished this. The Key2 has a…

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