Prices And Specs Of The Newly Released BlackBerry Key2 LE

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TCL, the company building Blackberry devices has officially announced the Key2 LE, a cheaper version of the Key2 that was released earlier this year.

The Blackberry Key2 LE is a trimmed down version of the Key2. Its mid-range specs can be seen below.
4.5-inch 1620x1080 IPS LCD with Gorilla Glass
Qualcomm Snapdragon 636
32 or 64GB, with microSD support
Rear 13MP+5MP, Front 8MP
35-key physical keyboard with 34 backlit keys and integrated fingerprint sensor in spacebar
Android 8.1 Oreo
The Blackberry Key2 LE is less expensive than the Key2 and so are the specifications. The Key2 LE has a Snapdragon 635 processor while the Key2 has a bigger 660 Snapdragon processor. The Key2 LE houses a 4GB RAM instead of 6GB RAM, and a 3,000mAH battery capacity instead of the 3,500mAH that the Key2 has.

What else does the Blackberry device has? Well, the Key2 LE comes with all the usual Blackberry enhanced security features, privacy control, Blackberry Hub, supports Google Pay and the regular Blackberry software that you can think of.

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The device will be shipped with Android 8.1 Oreo, however, users will be interested in knowing when Android 9 Pie will be arrive for the device since it took about seven months for the KEYone to get an Oreo update.

The key2 LE will be available for sale next month in three colours which are Slate, Champagne and Atomic. The 32GB of the device will be sold for $399 in the US, $519 in Canada 399 in Europe, and £349 in the UK.

For the 64GB version, the price will b $466 in the US, $579 in Canada, 429 in Europe, and £399 in the UK.

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