It looks really sleek:
And comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chip, the same on the Nokia 7 plus, along with an improved RAM and Storage — 6GB of memory and either 64GB or 128GB of space with a MicroSD card slot. In front, you have the 8MP shooter and an upgraded dual 12MP cameras at the back. The screen is a 4.5-inch display with gorilla glass 3 protection, you also have a fingerprint scanner built into the keyboard. All of that is powered by a 3500mAh battery that supports quick charge 3.0.
However, the rumored price —$645—might have you feeling this way:
$645 (N245,000+) is a lot for a device with these specs, especially when you consider that it costs twice as much as the Nokia 7 Plus with similar specs.
So, here’s my thoughts, Blackberry—your devices are great, but you need to get your pricing right! You can’t expect people to pay $649 for a SD660 equipped phone?!
The BlackBerry Key2 is expected to launch tomorrow.
What do you think?