Initially, we had thought the name was going to be the supposed "Mercury" that has been making the news round, but it then turns out Blackberry® has got its own plans regardless. However, nothing has changed, just the name. Now, the newly launched Blackberry phone got a new name - The Blackberry KEYone!
How they came about this name is still a thought to ponder on.
The specs remain the same with new reveals. The newly-launched KEYone makes a debut with the return of physical keyboard and a combined responsive touchscreen.
It combines the power of Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chipset with an octacore Cortex-A53. It runs on the latest Android 7.1 Nougat.
A moderately-sized 4.5-inch full HD resolution screen greets you with a more detailed res of 1620 X 1080. At the rear, it rocks a simplistic 12MP Sony lens.
Battery-wise, the capacity seems great at just 3,505 mAh which can go for a day on a single charge. Thankfully, the Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 allows the battery to charge pretty fast with a 50 percent charge in just 36 minus.
Memory-wise, it's a 32 GB internal storage and a 2GB/3GB RAM depending on themodel. It also features 4G-LTE standard on all models.