By 5 June 2018 | Categories: news


TCL, which owns the manufacturing rights to BlackBerry devices, was set to reveal their latest touch and type smartphone in New York later this week, but serial leaker Evan Blass has beaten them to the punch with a couple of rendered images of the KEY2 in all its glory.

The new device was originally intended to debut on 7 June, following an initial teaser video from TCL last week showing off a few select angles on the phone. Now we have a good idea of what it will look like, and while not game changing, the KEY2 is quite sleek and simple.

The front of the phone is much the like first KEYone, with the back of the device proving a little more interesting. To that end a dual camera setup is present, but remains unclear what kind of megapixels or lenses have been opted for. Also unknown are the internal specifications of the KEY2, but hopefully TCL goes for a more powerful processor than the one its predecessor sported.

All the finer details of the BlackBerry KEY2 will arrive on 7 June, that is of course provided no leakers reveal them first.


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