Thursday , March 22 2018
Home / Laptops / MWC 2017: KEYone BlackBerry smartphone officially presented

MWC 2017: KEYone BlackBerry smartphone officially presented

Mercury smartphone from canadian company BlackBerry appeared before the public during a press day held the day before the opening of the exhibition MWC 2017 in Barcelona. The unit changed its name to BlackBerry KEYone, but it looks exactly the same as many rendering with images, so in terms of design he is already familiar.

Be new BlackBerry KEYone will be in China by the company TCL, which took over the license for manufacturing and distribution of smartphones under the brand name BlackBerry. She, by the way, fully in control once the French brand Alcatel. KEYone BlackBerry is a candybar with a hardware keyboard, which is both more and touchpad. In addition, it responds to gestures and button “Space” is integrated fingerprint scanner. There is even the possibility of setting hot keys with response to the duration of depression – such diversity is not in any other modern smartphone.

See also:  Emma Watson, Dan Stevens and Luke Evans presented "beauty and the Beast" in Paris

New BlackBerry KEYone is powered by Android OS 7 and comes with DTEK, which provides added protection against unauthorized access and all information in its memory, which here is 32 GB plus slot microSD up to 2 TB. The smartphone is 600 euros, and this price includes the screen with IPS panel, Full HD resolution and a diagonal of 4.5 inches, camera 8 and 12 Megapixel from Sony and 3 GB of RAM. Case BlackBerry KEYone has a metal frame and a plastic back cover with a texture, which is hidden under the battery on 3505 mAh. It is charged for 40 minutes to 50 percent thanks to 625 Quacomm processor with eight cores. The dimensions of BlackBerry KEYone made 149х73х9 millimeters and a weight of 180 grams.

See also:  Samsung S8 and S8+ was released in Russia and recovered from the redness of the screen

© 2017, All rights reserved.

Check Also

Russia has spent 14.5 billion for the social network Skillsnet

The Russian authorities in the fall of 2016 blocked professional social network LinkedIn, and still …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *