Meet the BlackBerry KEY2!



This is the BlackBerry Essential2. What the organization dubs as an Icon Reborn, but even while it builds on the accomplishment of the KEYone, it appears that the rebirth is …

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46 pensées sur “Meet the BlackBerry KEY2!

  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    That capcitive row of keys and lack of waterproofing will make me hold onto my keyone until it becomes unusable. That said, i'd totally buy this the moment my keyone dies.
    Hope the sound is as good as the passport se.

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    Still think they should make the navigation keys at the top of the keyboard physical because using my keyone to scroll at first kept hitting the home,back, or open apps key. Also water proofing needed to be a thing but since they didn't, I'm sticking with my keyone unless the key2 goes down about 150-200 dollars in price

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    Not gonna lie the Key 2 looks much sexier than the first I don't even like Blackberry and I'd get this phone lol

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    I think this would be good for long time Blackberry users, but for someone like me who has gotten used to tapping, or even swiping around on an on-screen keyboard, it would be a step down.

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    June 2018
    IPS lcd 4.5"
    Android 8.1
    Octa core x4 2.2 x4 1.8
    Adreno 512
    12mp & 8mp
    Fm radio
    3.0 usb
    3500 mah

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    +Pocketnow
    Brother, how do you compare it with keyone for music listening…. One was pethatic with other high-end earphone / headphones. Please let know.

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    Good with successor but does it shadow the fact that you cannot use it for an office communicator ?

    Is office 365 enabled the option for BlackBerry communication through its exchange server

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    I love BlackBerry, but the biggest problem is after-purchase experience. I happened to buy Classic when it was freshly launched in India but the device was found to be defective. Later I had to visit authorised BlackBerry service centres which was a horrifying experience, they no longer have their own service centres and the repairing/servicing was handled by some third party local tech company, who does all the repairing work including crappy Chinese phones. Since then I made up my mind not to buy BlackBerry anymore, they are now a crappy Chinese brand.

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    This phone is gonna be great. Blackberry was right, why keep up with the Jones' with all the hella high number processor? NO need, this phone isnt' for gamers. These are targeted to professionals. Fast fingerprint, dual cam, classic keyboard, keyboard scroll, and convenience keys. This device screams 'FOR PROFESSIONALS'

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    Literally no one should be buying this phone if Motorola is there.

    And then there’s S9, Pixel 2, Pixel 3 later this year, etc. etc. etc.

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    Problem with BBs is the slowdown after about 6 months. That's what these reviews fail to mention. I had to reset my Priv after a year because it became unusable.

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    I normally stay away from "1st Gen" devices because they usually have issues. Now that I've seen the KEY2 and all the improvements that have been made. I'm sold!

    If you are ever doing a giveaway I'm so in! Would love to own this. Just a little pricey for my bank account. Thanks very much for the video! Always a pleasure to watch. 🙂

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    Design: well it's still a chocolate bar but it does look a bit different with a physical keyboard. Hope it's a success for Blackberry. They deserve it.

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    I really want to buy this phone but processor is the deal breaker for me. why blackberry why, why would you do that. You charge so much money why 660 processor

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    I've always wanted to get a Blackberry, but could never afford one and since I had Jump from T-Mobile, they had stopped selling it and when they did bring Blackberry, they didn't offer it at T-Mobile (well, at least not the stores in my town) and I've been waiting and hoping to get one but sadly so far nothing😞

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    Another disappointing BlackBerry device! what a joke.. its 2018 not 2008. RIP BB its your turn to follow your dead BBM.

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    Its priced similarly to Iphone 8 and Samsung Galaxies
    Only an absolute moron would pick it over its rivals
    650 euros for this is ridiculous

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  • 12 juillet 2018 à 1:31
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    Why wasting 2 spaces next to “shift” and “speed key”? They could’ve added 2 customizable keys or simply merge it with the button chin like the KeyOne. Having 2 black empty spaces feels kind of weird to me

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