The KeyOne of BlackBerry is the latest attempt of the brand to make its way back into the smartphone market. It is the same with other phones from BlackBerry but with additional modern features. Displaying a 1620×1080 IPS LCD combined with a 4.5-inch touchscreen plus quick-typing and tactile keyboard. Its Gorilla glass-lined display and high impact resistant aluminum frame make it a rugged phone same as the BlackBerries past units. It comes with Android 7.1 Nougat, so navigating with Google Play Apps is not a problem.
It’s powered by a non-removable, massive 3,505 mAh battery that can sustain all day battery life. Features include a capacitive touch keyboard that reacts to a quick “flick” typing and gestures. It has a built-in storage of 32GB memory and can support additional 2TB through its microSD slot. Whether BlackBerry KeyOne gains much traction, it gives possibilities to die-hard users of BlackBerry a new device to ride out with high hopes for the next couple of years.