BlackBerry is reportedly working on launching a toned-down variant of the BlackBerry KEY2. Till now, the reports suggested that the device will be dubbed the BlackBerry KEY2 Lite.
Recently, the device has received the FCC certification which reveals that the name of the device will be BlackBerry KEY2 LE.
The LE could stand for Lite Edition, but we cannot say anything for sure. The model number can be seen as BBE100-5 and the IMEI numbers are given as well.
The device is essentially a Lite variant and the screen size is going to be the same as the original BlackBerry KEY2. The rear of the device will feature a plastic finish as compared to the rubberized back found in the original device. The RAM of the device is also trimmed-down to 4GB. We are expecting the processor to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset.
The famous tipster Evan Blass has recently revealed in one of his tweets that the device will be launched in three color variants – Red, Blue, and Copper.
Alleged BlackBerry Luna, a.k.a. the "KEY2 Lite" (Lite and not Mini 'cuz they supposedly have the same form factor). Said/shown to come in red, blue, and copper. pic.twitter.com/fMza9pAAZC
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 18, 2018
Other than the color variants, the tweet does not mention anything else about the BlackBerry Luna or the KEY2 LE.
The BlackBerry KEY2 sports a 4.5-inch display giving out a resolution of 1620 x 1080 pixels, so we can expect more or less the same display with the KEY2 LE as well.
As far as the processing power is concerned, we can certainly expect a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset coupled with 4GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB of internal storage.
If you want to check out the specifications of the BlackBerry KEY2, you can find it by following our previous coverage of the device.
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