BlackBerry Key2 LE Hands-on: Shaving Off the Extras

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We go hands-on with the new BlackBerry Key2 LE! Do we need a cheap Key2?

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22 thoughts on “BlackBerry Key2 LE Hands-on: Shaving Off the Extras

  1. Hello! Just a quick correction, there is micro SD expansion – i recorded this at 3am. Also! Sorry about the focus pulling. I recorded this at 3am.

    What do you want to know about this thing? Hit me!

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    The Ruvol Inventor

  3. I don't understand why anybody would watch, let alone comment on a phone they have no interest in and don't like. Like me watching a Donald Trump speech

  4. If a device like this doesn't "make sense" to somebody, it's definitely not the device fault. People who don't see value in the BlackBerry physical keyboards do not do important things on their phones to know how much value a physical keyboard provides.

    I'm running a practical joke project where I'm going to go around an office when nobody's there to remove all the keyboards from their laptops. The hidden cameras will record the resulting calamity.

    Trying to explain the benefits of something to people who are not productive and do nothing but play with their phones, is the same as taking your face and running it into a brick wall. I'd rather just leave them alone and keep using BlackBerry keyboard devices.

    Peace.

  5. Don't you feel like everyone over reacted a bit about the price point of the key2 being $650.00. People complained about the price for processor but when those flagship processor phones came out they were $1,000.00. With that figure it would actually set the key2 as a better value of performance per dollar. Alas, in stead of BlackBerry holding ground on what was in fact appropriate features, specs, and retail they devised the LE model which aslo has adequate specs for function and an excellent purchase for performance per dollar.

    A physical keyboard was always the optimal way to conduct business and text based communication and it still holds true for me. Typing on glass will never be as good as an actual kayboard. Younger generations may not be aware of what they are missing. In theory I believe it's because they are groomed that the primary function of these devices is to consume ads and media and not actually get real business done. Truth is the higher specs in these high dollar devices do not aid the user in what they are doing as much as it aids the devices ability to run background services for an endless library of redundant apps crafted to simply feed you steady ads for trade off of "free" media and platforms. Now that majority of all smartphones are the same, bezel to bezel commercial and ad machine, it's perfect time for BlackBerry to spec out some devices to remind us professionals that what we need is fluid centralized communications and productivity and not a price inflated teens toy. Sensibility and options can return to the market again and I hope they keep these projects going.

  6. The real BB user wants a Passport 2 and not another Key2 and this like the original Key2 is way overpriced. BB Keeps making the same mistakes again and again, they never listen to customers and are 5 years behind the game. I hate to say it by BB deserves to die because they fail to listen to their core customer base.
    The worst thing RIM did is to dump BB OS. It was such a wonderful operating system which gets things done.

  7. ..Blackberry should not have a big display, it's a mobile business communicator and not a multimedia gaming phone .. that's Blackberry magic!!!!!!!

  8. So I bought this phone a week ago and so far I don't have any complaints, other than that this model doesn't have the keyboard scrolling feature. I feel kind of silly reaching up to the screen to scroll when I could have been using my keyboard.

  9. if made with sd450, 4gb, 32 gb BUT kept the keyboard scrolling feature at $300-350 i wouldn't mind. Removng that keyboard feature defeats or reduces the purpose of productivity.

  10. I understand they need to make money to eventually put out more premium products. But people were paying $500 for a bold 9900 without a track pad keyboard so…I think it's good pricing

  11. BB should seriously re-release the PPSE because that phone is what iphone x is today. I paid close to $700 for the Silver Edition, looking back I feel that device should have been priced higher in the same line with the Porsche 9983. The quality was there, two wonderfully hand-crafted speakers that were drilled into the metal frame. If only BlackBerry was BlackBerry and not BBM by TCL. The prices would be on par with the type of phone we'd be willing to buy.

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