May 19, 2017 02:34 PM EDT
TCL has been in terms with BlackBerry since long back. The company may be up to revitalize this patch up with some new refreshments, as TCL authorities recently announced that it is undergoing into a licensing deal with BlackBerry. The licensing is hinted to be on the terms of a new smartphone, most possibly on BlackBerry KEYone, which is the newest handset of the mobile giant.
According to Phone Arena, BlacakBerry recently witnessed a terrible slash in terms of its smartphone shares. However, potential sources have hinted that the smartphone magnet entity is expected to catch up the craze again with its latest BlackBerry KEYone handset. The handset is going to sport the vintage look of earlier QWERTY range with a low-lined physical keyboard on its front panel. Designed basically to gaze up the performance level in high-level operations and multitasking, BlackBerry KEYone will be powered by Snapdragon 625 chipset. The smartphone has also been hinted to have better power backup with 3505 mAh battery along with Quick Charge 3.0 attribute.
Android Authority pointed that BlackBerry KEYone will be released in Canada and the US on May 31st, 2017. The smartphone will boast 4.5-inch LCD based display with 1080 x 1620 highest resolution. As for performance, it will sport an octa-core processing unit with 2GHz capacity coupled with Adreno 506 GPU. As for memory, BlackBerry KEYone will sport a 3 GB RAM packed with 32 GB of internal storage zone. As for camera specification, The handset will beat the heat with a 12 MP rear snapper having f/2.0 aperture speed. The front selfie shooter of the same will have a 8 MP sensor.
BlackBerry KEYone will be price tagged with CAD 699.99 in Canada with Bell and Bell MTS carrier. Other options would also be available. The smartphone will run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. BlackBerry is expected to lead back to its earlier reputation much with KEYone.
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