BlackBerry KeyOne

The BlackBerry KeyOne is touted as the most secure Android phone, pre-loaded with smart, enterprise-level mobile software and, at last, delivers an old-school physical keyboard within a modern enough stainless steel and faux-leather design. For a few pennies more, an all-black model is also available for the discerning executive (dubbed ‘Black Edition’), with a little more RAM and internal storage to boot.

This is the reinvented BlackBerry for everyone wholly determined to reclaim a tactile keyboard and BlackBerry Messenger. It works great for typing once you get used to the keys again.  ‘CrackBerry’ addicts have something to look forward to here. But it’s a workaholic. BlackBerry KeyOne is all business in the front and back, less of a multimedia party anywhere in between.

 It borrows camera specs from other top-tier top phones, with a 12MP sensor right out of the Google Pixel. Photos are good, though the shared specs only go so far: it doesn’t have the same backend camera image stabilization software and its front-end camera app is a mess.

What it lacks in top-of-the-line internal chip specs it tries to make up for with unique features like sophisticated software and its physical keyboard. It’s a trade-off that makes it slightly cheaper.


  • Talk time : Up to 25 hours
  • Processor : Qualcomm® 8953 Snapdragonâ„¢ 625 Octa-core 2.0 Ghz, 64 bit Processor
  • Weight : 6.455 oz.
  • Operating system : Android 7.0
  • Memory : 32GB ROM / 3GB RAM *MicroSD card slot supports up to 2TB
  • Keyboard : QWERTY Touch Keyboard with Touch Screen
  • Display : 4.5”
  • Dimensions : 5.87” x 2.85” x .37”
  • Battery information : 3505 mAh Li-Ion battery (non-removable)

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