BlackBerry and TCL Communications in Korea will be launching a new BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition in the country.
To jog your memory a bit, the BlackBerry KEYone is the first smartphone to be launched after the smartphone division of BlackBerry was acquired by TCL Communications in China. The KEYone features a touch-screen display, and a full sized physical QWERTY keyboard. Inside, you get a Snapdragon 625 chipset, a 12MP rear camera, an 8MP front shooter, and a 3505 mAh battery.
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So what’s so special about the new Black Edition KEYone? Well, for starters, the smartphone will come with 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage, which is more than what you get in the Korean variant. And since this is for Korea only, customers will be getting a full Korean keyboard instead of the English one.
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The phone would also feature some extra features that would be useful for the users in Korea. It will be available at the start of next month for a price of about 500,000 won. Interested users can go ahead and reserve theirs at CJ Hello Vision online or offline stores.
Source: ET News