Blackberry KEY2 Hands-on: All About Speed

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BlackBerry is back again with another keyboard-toting smartphone. Join us as we go hands-on with the all-new BlackBerry KEY2!

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46 thoughts on “Blackberry KEY2 Hands-on: All About Speed

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  2. One of the best devices I've ever owned was the KEY2. Can't wait until 2021 when the new 5G BlackBerry is available. Until that device comes out, I am using a Note 20 Ultra 5G. I think they would compliment one another nicely in a dual wield scenario. However, the designers and builders of this new BlackBerry do not want people to feel any need to carry 2 devices – which tells me it's gonna be a bit of a beast.

  3. i absolutely love this phone but i have to.wonder why the contracts in the uk for this phone is so bad?
    all 12 month contracts with £479 upfront cost

  4. Bye bye Priv and welcome Key2! I'm so satisfied that i've waited for a better Blackberry to come out. Here it is. What are the Key1 buyer thinking now?

  5. Absolutely love physical keyboards, I think if you grew up using touchscreen keyboards you won't appreciate this as much. I just wish Blackberry OS would have survived and became popular again.

  6. I absolutely love my BlackBerry KEYOne. I have no reason to replace it but just might in order to show my support for this form factor. The SPEED KEY and even better keyboard alone are enough to justify the purchase for me.

  7. Im the only one who cant stand them circle square triangle android soft keys if i can find a way to remove it than its over with blackberry. Ill still get the black edition tho i jst hate them keys

  8. Lets see how it ages. Software support and updates were not great for the key1. It slowed down over time. Price is still high and yet there's ONLY a 660. Only 3.5k battery as well.

  9. Still no on screen buttons, would have been amazing if they could let the display grow by 0.2 inches and ditch the onscreenbutton. attatch the ribbon cable under the kb its not hat hard guys!

  10. I saw some articles about BB applying for a patent for what looks like the Priv 2. I'm still happy with my Priv 1…in fact so happy, I bought a mint, used backup Priv…just in case.

    To me, the Priv is pretty much the ultimate phone form…physical keyboard and full sized screen. It could use more ram, but killing background apps keeps the performance lively.

    Put the Key2 features and keyboard on the Priv format and that would absolutely be my next phone.

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