Blackberry Key2 Review: Convenience is Key

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The Blackberry Key2 improves on the original in almost every way possible, but is that enough to sway potential buyers?

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30 thoughts on “Blackberry Key2 Review: Convenience is Key

  1. Hey everyone! I'll be hanging out for a while today, so let me know if you have any questions you didn't see answered in the video! Also, thoughts on this phone?

  2. use the productivity tab and find it helpful but I use the convenience key exclusively for the phone launcher. Rarely experience pocket dials and it is ready to go at any moment. I don't even have to look at the screen or keyboard to launch the phone. Perfect.

  3. Key3 features

    5.5" AMOLED Display
    Excellent Multi camera with OIS
    Physical Keyboard
    90Hz screen refresh rate
    Chrome/silver accent between keyboard
    Metal body (silver edition)
    5000 mah battery
    Translucent black phone back cover
    30w fast charging plug
    3.5mm headphone jack
    Conveniance key

  4. Yes, getting use to a physical keyboard takes some time but once you have it it is like riding a bicycle. You can type with an assurance and a confidence. This is the true essence of a BlackBerry with now all the built in features that make productivity and convenience part of the experience. Good review!

  5. Low light performance is not so good, that is true. Unless you switch to manual mode, that puts your photos closer to other flagships. I tried to make photos of a chapel in the night. Automatic mode gives really strange, even bad photos. Manual mode gives reasonable photos when i stabilised my hands on an edge of a bench.

  6. To be honest if BBOS has never been so estranged (sorry for my word choice) to apps, phones with physical keyboard would never go old… I mean if BBOS were still supported by as many apps as Android and iOs do, Blackberry (with their physical keyboard devices) would have still been a powerhouse in smartphone market…to me, the only cause of blackberry and their physical keyboard downfall is the lack of support for BBOS, if it didnt happen or Blackberry quickly jumped to Android, they didnt have to hibernate and trust me, people using physical keyboard phones wouldnt be a rare sight as it is today

  7. there are several things that don't add up:
    – physical keyboard, but software buttons… why? screen is already little
    – why don't make it android one since is "almost" stock? (because they don't want to update it)
    – so much "non-screen" space and only ONE bottom firing speaker?
    – snapdragon 660, no water resistant, no image stabilization, no wireless charging, no oled… at 650$!

  8. The Background music is kinda disturbing :/ Btw you're review is quiet refreshing keep it up, good videography… Android Authority "Good" Replacement for the best Joshua Vergara 😀 than that chinese guy…

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