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BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition is Going Global

The year of Matte Black tech

BlackBerry’s hardware partner TCL had teased something exciting coming up at IFA 2017, and today it was made official that the BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition is reaching to other markets outside India.

TCL has revealed that the BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition is coming to markets in Europe, North America, the Middle East and Asia. This is exciting news for people who were interested in the KEYone, but wanted something a little more powerful. The specs were upgraded to 4GB RAM, 64Gb onboard storage, along with the limited edition black color variant.

The BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition will go on-sale beginning in Q3 2017 initially in the U.K., Germany, France, Canada, United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Japan starting at €649 EUR/£549 GBP/$799 CAD/2,299 AED/ ¥79,800 JPY respectively. Later this year, the BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition will also be made available in other markets throughout Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

This is the only phone on the market currently that has a physical keyboard along with a touchscreen, great camera, decent battery with QC 3.0 and unmatched security and productivity with BlackBerry’s software optimisations!

BlackBerry KEYone press

Is this compelling enough now? Nostalgia getting tickled?

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