The Blackberry Key2 is getting ready for the launch on June 7, 2018, in NewYork. The Blackberry Key2 is the successor of KeyOne. And it has seen many leaks right from its design. For starters, the device was code-named Athena. First spotted on Geekbench, reached TENAA in the month of April. Now thanks to tipster Evan Blass who is famous by the name @evleaks, posted few renders of the new Blackberry Key2. Spoiler Alert! They don’t seem much different from the past images. But they came much clearer than that of previous leaks.
The New Renders
The tipster Evan Blass posted a total number of three images of what might be Blackberry Key2. He showed the renders in two tweets yesterday. At 10 PM yesterday he tweeted the press render image(single) of the Blackberry Key2.
BlackBerry Key2 pic.twitter.com/4YMZ2hxUYP
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) June 4, 2018
Later he added two more images of the same device in his next Tweet.
We all know the Blackberry Key2 is the true upgrade to the KeyOne. Even though the Key2 resembles its predecessor, the device has undergone many changes. The most noticeable and important one is the camera. The Key2 is Blackberry’s first device to come with dual cameras at the back. The camera set up is allegedly made from the combination of a 12 MP and 8 MP sensors. Digging into previous rumors about the Blackberry Key2.
Another change in cosmetics is the change in button layout. All the buttons on the device are available on the right side of the device this time around. The multi-function button the Blackberry Key2 is moved to the right side of the device.
The Blackberry Key2 comes with a new on the last row of the keyboard. Just beside the symbol key, it takes the last years shift key.
A new button with a 3 x 3 dots array is seen on the Blackberry Key2. The functionality of this key is still a question mark. But Blackberry has emphasized on the new key in its teaser video too. Which makes the new key quiet significant.
Jumping into the alleged specs of the Blackberry Key2. The device will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SOC. And options for 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM presumably. With 64 GB or 128 GB storage options, the Blackberry Key2 will run on a 3,360 mAh battery. A USB type C will be juicing up the device situated on the bottom. That also supports fast charging. Blackberry retains the 3.5 mm headphone jack. And the device will come with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.