As far as who it carry it in the USA will be revealed in the upcoming weeks. The only U.S. carrier that's been confirmed to be onboard with the KEYone so far is Sprint, who will sell the device this summer.
In terms of security, the BlackBerry KEYone will probably not disappoint anyone.
Business folk who want to stand out from the crowd can pick one up from today at Selfridges, or the new smartphones can be purchased from Carphone Warehouse from 5 May.
Meanwhile, in Canada, the KEYone will be available from SaskTel, Telus, Rogers, and Bell, and will cost $199 CAD on a two-year contract. It will be available for preorder starting May 18 from select partners. BlackBerry promises 24 months of guaranteed monthly security updates with the device, and the lightweight skin may appeal to Nexus owners left behind as Google turns its own-brand phones into a high-end consumer brand.
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The handset's Canadian availability details have also been announced. "Selfridges, voted world's best department store three times consecutively, have been a longtime supporter of BlackBerry", said Johnathan Young, BlackBerry's United Kingdom country manager. Talking about the specifications, the smartphone sports a 4.5-inch full-HD (1620x1080 pixels) IPS display with a pixel density of 433ppi and Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection.
Coming to the BlackBerry KEYone price, the phone has been priced in at $549 off the shelf.
Despite the wishes of many in the smartphone community, BlackBerry isn't dead yet. Of course, the smartphone boasts new features too, such as, the ability to assign a shortcut to every key on the keyboard. This includes emails, texts and messages from any social media account. This Blackberry phone has made its fans wait for some important reasons like the keyboard which none of the android phones have. Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ 3.0 technology enables up to 50 percent charge in roughly 36 minutes. For more info, visit http://http://www.blackberrymobile.com/.
BlackBerry KeyOne is the big comeback for everyone's favorite (and pretty much only) option for a smartphone with a tactile physical keyboard. However, rather than running on BlackBerry's own operating system, the KEYone is built on Android 7.1 Nougat.