The unannounced smartphone appeared with the American telecom watchdog FCC, which put several documents online. It includes the name Key2 LE, with the model number and other identification numbers. Nothing else is released from the specifications by the FCC.
Considering the naming of the smartphone and the design of the logo, it seems to be an adapted version of the Key2 that BlackBerry released earlier. Probably it should be a cheaper version than the previously released version.
BlackBerry released the Key2, a smartphone with a 3: 2 form factor screen and a keyboard under the screen, earlier this month, for a price of about 650 euros. What the new version should cost is not yet known, also when BlackBerry would like to release the smartphone. The fact that the FCC has already looked at the smartphone means that an announcement is probably close.Viewing:-22
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