- Blackberry might launch other smartphones if the feedback of the two phones will be positive
- BlackBerry has also released Bronze Edition of KEYone
- The BlackBerry Bronze edition comes with a dual-SIM support
Blackberry is trying to gain back its glorious days by reviving the past. That is why TLC, the parent company of Blackberry has made its intentions clear by disclosing its plan of releasing two new BlackBerry phones in the second half of this year. If the two handsets are received in a positive manner, then Blackberry may unveil other range of smartphones. The last phone, which was unveiled in India by the Canadian Multinational company was BlackBerry KEYone Note Limited Edition in 2017. After the appreciation in India, this handset also got unravelled in Bangladesh in limited Black KEYone edition.
As such no comprehensive information is not available about the two new smartphones that Blackberry is expected to launch in the second half of 2018, but certainly it will be aimed to woo the users. With respect to KEYone, another variant of this handset has been released by BlackBerry. This is the Bronze Edition of KEYone supporting dual-SIM with the matte bronze finish. Rest all features like the ones related to security and productivity are same as that of KEYone black variant.
BlackBerry KEYone Specifications
Powered by a Snapdragon 625 SoC clocked at 2GHZ, the handset is coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB ROM with expandable memory of up to 2TB via microSD card. The bronze variant is also accompanied by a fingerprint scanner just like the Black variant of KEYone that can be accessed with the help of space bar available on the keyboard. Supported by a battery of 3505 mAh, the Bronze edition of KEYone is accompanied with Quick Charge 3.0.
Interestingly, the smartphone also comes with the BlackBerry HUB that creates a separate folder for emails, texts and messages. These messages could belong to any social media accounts such as Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Instagram and BBM with many others. Apart from the US, the handset will be made available in some selected countries of Asia, Europe and the Middle East.