That’s one of the cheapest prices yet for this physical keyboard nostalgia trip.
As part of the IFA 2018 event underway in Berlin, TCL Communication announced the launch of the BlackBerry KEY2 LE. The new device is slightly less expensive than the BlackBerry KEY2, something TCL achieved through some targeted changes. Those changes …
Smartphones with physical keyboards aren’t in high demand these days. That hasn’t deterred TCL Communications from trying to bring back the glory of the BlackBerry brand with its famed hardware keyboard. TCL launched the BlackBerry KEYOne and BlackBerry Priv as their first BlackBerry-branded Android smartphones with dedicated hardware keyboards, and while the company hasn’t had the runaway success
BlackBerry’s Key2 LE takes the basics from this year’s flagship and shaves down the higher end hardware. Will it appeal to a wider audience?