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Unveiled back in June, BlackBerry has finally launched the qwerty keyboard-equipped BlackBerry Key2 smartphone in India and has priced the device at Rs 42,990. The BlackBerry Key2 has been launched as an Amazon-exclusive smartphone and will go on sale starting July 31.

As an introductory offer, the device comes bundled with a cashback offer worth Rs 4,450 for Jio subscribers. Moreover, one can also avail a cashback of 5% if the purchase is made using an ICICI Bank debit or credit card. The Key2 is the first BlackBerry smartphone to sport dual rear cameras and also comes equipped with a customizable ‘Speed Key’ button for accessing apps, contacts, and other functions.

BlackBerry Key2 Launched in India at Rs 42,990; On Sale From July 31

The Key2 features a 4.5-inch 1620×1080 LCD display, and is powered by the Snapdragon 660 SoC. It packs 6GB of RAM and offers either 64GB or 128GB of storage depending on the variant.

It also carries a 3,500 mAh battery with support for Quick Charge 3.0. On the imaging front, the phone ships with a dual-12MP camera setup on the rear, with one of the sensors used for the portrait mode as well as what the company is calling an “Optical Superzoom”. There’s also an 8MP front-facing camera for selfies and video chats.

Display4.5-inch 1620×1080 IPS LCD
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 660
RAM6GB
Storage64/128GB, expandable via microSD card
Primary Camera12MP (f/1.8) + 12MP (f/2.6) with PDAF and dual tone LED flash
Secondary Camera8MP
Battery3,500mAh
OSAndroid 8.1 Oreo

According to the company, the Key2 features an improved keyboard compared to its predecessor, as the keys are now 20% taller, have better spacing, and also now have a matte finish on top instead of the glossy plastic used on its predecessor. The frame of the phone is built out of Series 7 aluminum, and it has a textured back, which we have seen in past models.

While the pricing of the Key2 is similar to the last-gen model, it remains to be seen whether BlackBerry can entice keyboard warriors back to its fold in the Indian market.

Источник: https://beebom.com/blackberry-key2-launched-in-india-at-rs-42990-goes-on-sale-starting-july-31st/

BlackBerry KEY2 LTE Smartphone - Black

Features

This device is compatible with any network and is Single sim. BlackBerry hit on a winning formula with the KEYone, so it makes sense to keep the new KEY2 very similar. Very little has changed about the Design, with just simple refinements to the casing and keyboard developed to enhance ergonomics. The QWERTY keyboard itself now has a matte finish and the keys themselves are larger and slightly less pronounced. This makes for a flatter profile and allows for more accurate positioning when using the built-in trackpad for cursor placement. Screen size remains the same, as do the physical dimensions, although the edges and corners have all been rounded off and softened. The new KEY2 is therefore much more comfortable to hold, plus it's a good 12 grams lighter than the original. BlackBerry KEY2 is also Android Enterprise Recommended from the moment it's been announced. Reasons to buy BlackBerry KEY2: - Android 8.1 (Oreo) with BlackBerry Hub and productivity apps - Physical QWERTY keyboard with integrated touchpad and fingerprint sensor - Octa-core Snapdragon 660 processor with Adreno 512 GPU - 64GB storage and 6GB RAM - 4.5" Full HD 1080 x 1620 screen with Corning Gorilla Glass - Dual 12MP rear Cameras with PDAF & dual LED flash - 151.4 x 71.8 x 8.5 mm / 168 grams - 3.5mm audio jack - 3,500 mAh Battery - USB Type-C with QuickCharge 3.0 What's in the box 1 x Data Cable 1 x Charger 1 x Handset 1 x Sim Door Key 1 x Documentation 1 x Stereo Headset

Источник: https://www.pricecheck.co.za/offers/137070907/BlackBerry+KEY2+LTE+Smartphone+-+Black

BlackBerry Key2 review: Strictly for keyboard die-hards

I thought that after switching my SIM card over to the Key2 -- BlackBerry Mobile's second attempt at creating a modern Android phone with a physical QWERTY keyboard --  I'd regain my old knack for typing on a physical keyboard. I used to love those things.

But after using the Key2 for absolutely everything for more than a week, my thumbs ache, I feel hobbled and slow, and the work of pressing additional buttons for punctuation makes me weary to the core.

That's a glum beginning for a phone with fantastic battery life and genuinely smart ideas, like keyboard shortcuts, a dedicated shortcuts button on the side of the phone and widgets that are built into your screen icons. Plus, there's a new "Speed Key" that helps you open the shortcut app no matter which screen you're on. The space bar doubles as a fingerprint reader (though I had some problems with accuracy) and there's a productivity tab that shows your calendar appointments and weather at-a-glance.

The Key2 also drastically improves last year's KeyOne from nose to tail in almost every way, from the size and shape of the keyboard buttons to the dual cameras on the back -- a first for BlackBerry devices.

But there are unignorable problem areas, like the fact that apps tend to lag when they load, and some apps trigger a virtual keyboard, like Gmail, which stacks the soft keyboard on top of the phone's hardware keyboard, with little screen space left over. The phone's touch screen didn't always respond as it should have, so I sometimes tapped the same area multiple times.

When it all boils down, the Key2 isn't the phone for most; it certainly isn't the phone for me. But BlackBerry fans like Susan, the lovely woman who owns a frame shop in San Francisco and squealed in delight when she saw the Key2 in my hand, will get an upgraded experience over older models like the BlackBerry Passport she uses.

Longtime BlackBerry fans who love the accuracy and physicality of pressing down on real keys will also embrace the Key2. But I hope BlackBerry Mobile will have worked out the kinks by the time we see next year's Key3.

The BlackBerry Key2 goes on sale July 13 and preorders begin June 29. It sells for $649 and £579. The US price converts to roughly AU$847.

BlackBerry Key2 keyboard: Is it any good?

Good stuff first. The Key2 buttons improve on last year's KeyOne. They're 20 percent taller, easier to grip, and better separated than before. Keyboard shortcuts are the phone's best feature. You can customize up to 52 apps or tasks to load when you short-press or long-press a key. It's truly terrific.

Unfortunately, when it comes to typing on the Key2, I'm all thumbs. This is as far as I got writing notes about the Key2 using the notes app and the QWERTY keyboard:

  • Thumbs hurt

  • I don't want to text a lot

  • Sometimes I have to manually tap the text field to place the cursor. Doesn't always populate the first available text field*

  • Touch screen doesn't seem uniformly responsive

  • I keep pressing the capacitive home button and the target keeps registering on the screen just above the button - boo

  • Everything feels slower. Navigation; switching apps

  • Miss an always on display

  • Like that there's a built in file folder

*The phone is supposed to let you double-press the space bar to place the cursor in a field, but that didn't ever work for me.

I should mention that as a phone reviewer, sore thumbs are already a hazard of my job, where I probably spend more time smacking my fingers against a hard glass surface than the average person. I was surprised at how much the Key2's physical keyboard exacerbated the issue.

I also felt slow, especially as I remember being a fast, precise typist on a BlackBerry keyboard like the iconic BlackBerry Bold. The Key2's keyboard still feels cramped despite the larger buttons. But since people want their phones to be narrow, the Key2's QWERTY arrangement can get taller, but probably not much wider without the phone getting wider, too.

My hands are on the smaller side, so I didn't have problems finding keys. It was more that to type with the accurate capitalizations, numbers and punctuation, I had to break the flow to reach for the Shift and Alt keys. If you accidentally double-tap Alt, for example, you're stuck typing a long string of senseless punctuation marks until you realize your mistake. (:*( 4_9'4. <-- Yes, that's a real thing I typed.

The Key2's keyboard is touch-sensitive, which means you can swipe it to scroll; this works fine from side-to-side, but vertical scrolling, like on a web page, was often slow. You're supposed to also be able to flick up on the physical keyboard to select predictive text. I found that in apps with a virtual keyboard enabled, I had to swipe the virtual keyboard instead. The cursor sometimes appeared in the middle of a word (instead of at the end) without me realizing it. 

The fact that most of today's apps aren't made for physical keys means you'll often see the virtual keyboard pop up on screen anyway, which blocks your view of the app, with no way to hide the digital keyboard.

BlackBerry Key2 design, camera, speed, battery life, everything else

And what about the rest of the phone? BlackBerry Mobile deserves a high-five for updating almost every part of the Key2's physical design and hardware internals. The phone runs Android 8.1 Oreo, but in terms of the software and layout, the Key2 looks and feels just like the KeyOne, which ran on Android Nougat 7.1.

Much improved design

Classier looks: Compared to the KeyOne, the BlackBerry Key2 is much more refined, with straight sides and more sophisticated-looking side buttons and accents. The phone bucks trends and keeps a rubberized backing. It isn't as fancy as glass, but it doesn't accrue fingerprints and I never once worried I'd drop it.

Convenience key (aka the phone's third side button): You can set this up to float shortcut icons for up to three apps on your screen. I set up Calendar, Flashlight, and Compose a Gmail message. You  can also use this button to switch to a new a profile, like your work profile. This is best for actions you use often, or easily want to get to without having to scrounge your mind. 

Speed Key: The 9-dot button you press to launch a shortcut from any screen. It's a good solution, but apps can take time to load. Things get confusing here, so bear with me. You press this button before pressing your shortcut key 1) any time that you're invoking a long-press action, and 2) any time you're invoking a short-press action from a screen other than the home screen.

If you're on the home screen, you don't need to press the Speed Key to launch a short-press action. For example, Just press F for Facebook. For a long press action, press the Speed Key and then press and hold F.

Fingerprint reader: Lives in the space bar. It didn't always unlock with my thumb the first time. Registering the thumbprint twice helps.

Major problem: When I tapped the capacitive Home button that lives above the QWERTY keyboard, I often hit the lower part of the screen instead, which routinely opened things I didn't want opened.

Software and apps

Battery Meter: A green (or yellow) line sometimes runs along the BlackBerry Key2's right side. This is a visual battery meter, which is on by default. But I found it jarring. You can also read your remaining percentage by pulling down on the notifications shade, but not at a glance.

Productivity tab: A pull-out productivity tab you can swipe open from any screen shows you your calendar, messages, widgets (like the weather) and recent calls. I didn't use this much.

Widgets: Some apps have three dots underneath their icons. That means you can swipe up to see a widget, like for your text messages, Gmail inbox, or social messages.

Private locker: Store apps, photos and documents in a password- or fingerprint-protected folder. It also includes Firefox's Focus Browser, a private browser that deletes your browsing history when you close it.

No always-on display: I miss having an always-on display that you find on phones like the Samsung Galaxy S9, LG G7 and others. I was annoyed that I had to double-tap the screen to get the time.

BlackBerry Apps: BlackBerry Hub, BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) and BlackBerry DTek come preinstalled. Hub is a unified inbox for all your text and social media messages, email, phone calls and calendar appointments. This is far too noisy for my tastes, but there are longtime BlackBerry users who swear by it. BlackBerry Messenger is a messaging network for Blackberry owners. DTek will track your data privacy and device security.

Dual-rear camera, selfies and portrait mode

Dual 12-megapixel cameras on the back of the Key2 take clean, crisp and colorful photos when there's plenty of light around.

Portrait mode worked nicely in my test shots, but you won't have control over background blur or extra lighting modes.

Low light photos struggle with muddied detail and flat colors.

Selfies taken from the 8-megapixel camera were usable, but not as even in tone as selfies taken on other phones, like the Galaxy S9.

What else? There's a manual mode, HDR and filters, but you won't find buckets of photo features, like skin-softening beauty mode, for example (I'm personally ok with that, but I know others who swear by this feature).

Speed and performance

For basic navigation (opening apps, scrolling through home screens), the BlackBerry Key2's Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor is just fine, but a little slower than phones using the top-tier Snapdragon 845 chipset.

Opening apps with the speed key can take a little longer (especially if the app isn't in your Recents list). Opening an app with a long-press takes longer still.

Performance results on benchmark tests like Geekbench 4 and 3D Mark's Slingshot Unlimited and Ice Storm Unlimited were about half that of the Snapdragon 845. The Key2 was never a phone for gamers; it's best to stick with less demanding games like Candy Crush.

Battery life

Battery life is excellent: The Key2 ran 18 hours on a single charge in our looping video drain test in airplane mode. BlackBerry Mobile promises two-day battery life, but if you stream a lot of music or directions, or use your phone as a mobile hotspot during your commute, expect to charge once per day. The Key2 can get hot to the touch, but not uncomfortably so.

BlackBerry Key2 unboxing: Here's what you get

  • BlackBerry Key2 phone in black or silver

  • SIM card ejector tool

  • Charging brick

  • USB-C to USB-A charging cable

  • In-ear wired headset with BlackBerry logo

BlackBerry Key2 specs vs. Xperia XZ2 Compact, OnePlus 6 and LG G7 ThinQ


Blackberry Key2Sony Xperia XZ2 CompactOnePlus 6LG G7 ThinQ
Display size, resolution4.5-inch LCD; 1,680x1,080 pixels5-inch; 1,080x2,160 pixels6.28-inch OLED; 2,280x1,080 pixels6.1-inch IPS LCD; 3,120 x 1,440 pixels
Pixel density434ppi483ppi402ppi563ppi
Dimensions (Inches)5.96x2.82x0.33 inches5.31x2.56x0.48 inches6.13x2.97x0.31 inches6x2.8x0.31 inches
Dimensions (Millimeters)151.4x71.8x8.5 mm135x65x12.1 mm155.7x75.4x7.75 mm153.2x71.9x7.9 mm
Weight (Ounces, Grams)5.3 oz; 151g5.93 oz; 168g6.2 oz; 177g5.7 oz; 162g
Mobile softwareAndroid 8.1 Oreo Android 8.0 OreoAndroid 8.1 OreoAndroid 8.0 Oreo
CameraDual 12-megapixel 19 megapixels16-megapixel standard, 20-megapixel telephotoDual 16-megapixel (71 degree, f/1.6 and 107 degree, f/1.9)
Front-facing camera8-megapixel 5-megapixel16-megapixel8-megapixel (f/1.9)
Video capture1080p4K4K4K
Processor2.2GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processorQualcomm Snapdragon 8452.8GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 8452.8GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
Storage64GB, 128GB64GB64GB, 128GB, 256GB64GB
RAM6GB4GB6GB, 8GB4GB
Expandable storageUp to 256GB external storageup to 400GBNoneUp to 2TB
Battery3,500 mAh2,870 mAh3,300 mAh3,000 mAh
Fingerprint sensorIn the space bar key Back of phoneBackBack
ConnectorUSB-CUSB-CUSB-CUSB-C
Headphone jackYesNoYesYes
Special featuresKeypad with 52 possible shortcut keys, DTek securitySuper slow-motion video (960fps), IP68 water resistantPortrait mode, notifications toggle, dual SIM, Dash ChargingWater resistant (IP68), wireless charging, DTS:X 3D Surround, Quad DAC
Price off-contract (USD)$649 (64GB)$650$529 (64GB), $579 (128GB), $629 (256GB)AT&T: N/A, Sprint: $792, T-Mobile: $750, Verizon: $750, US Cellular: $750
Price (GBP)£484 (64GB)£529£469 (64GB), £519 (128GB), £569 (256GB)£560-£590 converted
Price (AUD)AU$847 (64GB)AU$830AU$702 (64GB), AU$769 (128GB), AU$835 (256GB)AU$980-AU$1,030, converted
Источник: https://www.cnet.com/reviews/blackberry-key2-review/

BlackBerry Key2 Review

Pros

  • Keyboard changes make it better than the KeyOne
  • Not confined to BlackBerry’s own OS
  • Gesture control and shortcuts in the keyboard are great

Cons

  • Too expensive
  • Having the physical keyboard is restrictive in most situations
  • Awkward to hold
  • Camera just ok

Key Specifications

  • Review Price: £579
  • 4.5-inch display
  • Snapdragon 660
  • 6GB RAM
  • 3500 mAh battery
  • 2 x 12-megapixel cameras

What is the BlackBerry Key2?

Like the KeyOne, the BlackBerry Key2 isn’t your typical Android phone like the Samsung Galaxy S9, Google Pixel 2 or OnePlus 6: it harks back to BB’s glory days, but ditches the proprietary software for Android. This handset is very different from every other Android phone out there for the simple reason that it has a physical keyboard.

This immediately makes it an odd device. If you’re used to interacting with a phone purely via the touchscreen then being forced back to a physical keyboard is almost an unnatural experience. But if you were a fan of the KeyOne, or still harbour a desire to knock out all your emails with a physical board, then this device could be for you.

BlackBerry Key2 – Design

The KeyOne was a brute of a phone: thick, heavy and tough to hold. With the Key2, BlackBerry Mobile has put the device on a diet and given it a much-needed makeover. It’s slimmer, lighter and less intimidating than before, but without losing that classic BlackBerry identity.

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The body of the Key2 is less curved, instead sporting sharper lines and corners. The flat sides make it easy to hold and the reduction in weight is most welcome – it just feels far more comfortable in the hand.

On the rear BlackBerry sticks with the rubbery plastic covering, rather than switching to a much less durable glass coating of the type seen on the majority of flagship phones in 2018. This is fitting with the message that BlackBerry is trying to convey here; this device isn’t flashy; it’s functional.

The Key2 isn’t going to trouble the iPhone X or Galaxy S9 for design awards – in my opinion, anyway – but that isn’t really the point of this device.

The Key2 lacks a water-resistance rating, so you won’t be knocking out an email during your morning shower. However, I won’t criticise BlackBerry too ferociously here: I was told during the launch of the Key2 that adding any sort of IP-rating to a device with a keyboard this intricate was currently very difficult.

blackberry key2

The keyboard clearly is the star of the show in the Key2, and it’s a huge improvement over the KeyOne. The keys are 20% larger, have a much gripper matte-coating rather than a glossy one and in general feel far nicer to type on.

Whether or not you prefer a real keyboard over a virtual one will be a matter of personal preference. Personally, I type noticeably quicker with a software keyboard; jumping back to the Key2 certainly slowed me down. I made many more mistakes whilst typing, too.

Still, if you’re looking at the Key2 then you’ll probably already know that it works for you. This keyboard is very much a job well done, but it definitely won’t be for everyone.

A new button features on the keyboard, which BlackBerry has dubbed the speed key. Press it alongside a letter key and you can easily jump between apps. For instance, if you set the ‘S’ key to open Spotify, then pressing the speed key followed by ‘S’ will open the app.

It’s possible to set a different shortcut to each key, so if you frequent Maps, Instagram, Twitter and Gmail then you can jump between all of them without going back to the homescreen. Shortcuts have always been a staple of the BlackBerry series and if you’re willing to put the time in to learn and customise them then they’ll prove super-useful.

blackberry key2

The Key2, like the KeyOne before it, features gesture control built into the keyboard. This lets you scroll up and down and side-to-side without reaching up to the display. It’s a nice touch and one that becomes seriously useful once you become familiar with the phone.

There remain some quirks, though. Often, the swipe gestures just won’t register. It isn’t something that happens every time, but it’s frustrating when it does.

The usefulness of this feature also makes some of device’s shortcomings even more obvious. Having to constantly switch between the keyboard and display for input is a pain, even when you’re scrolling around with gestures. I’d love there to be someway to select an item without having to remove my fingers from the keys.

This is hindered further by the Key2 being a fairly sizeable phone – more comparable to the OnePlus 6 or Note 8 than an iPhone or ‘classic’ BlackBerry – so moving your finger between the keyboard and something at the top of the display requires a stretch.

BlackBerry sticks with the headphone jack (I’d much rather it was located along the bottom edge rather than the top, however) and, thankfully, it’s shunted all the side-keys onto the right-hand side.

The KeyOne’s power switch was positioned on the left. This was odd, especially with the user-configurable shortcut button present too. That button remains, and it’s handy that it doesn’t force you to use it for just one thing – like the Bixby button on the Galaxy S9.

BlackBerry Key2 – Screen

The Key2’s 4.5-inch 1080 x 1620 display is pretty much identical to the one in the KeyOne. It’s a nice, sharp and bright display with decent colour reproduction and excellent viewing angles. Black levels are good, too, even though this is an LCD screen rather than OLED.

Due to the fact that the keyboard sits below the screen, this phone is very much made to be used in portrait mode. This isn’t a device for watching YouTube videos in landscape and the experience of doing so is poor. That’s to be expected, but it’s still worth noting.

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Below the screen is the usual array of three Android navigation keys. Instead of being on the screen as they are in majority of other Android phones, they’re physical capacitive keys that light up when required.

I find this a slightly strange design choice and one that wastes a good deal of space. It also means you’ll be forced to always use the same keys, even when they appear to be changing in the upcoming Android P update.

BlackBerry Key2 – Performance

Even though the BlackBerry Mobile Key2 retails for a price (£599) that I’d normally associate with high-end devices, the internals are far similar to what you’d find at the heart of a mid-range phone.

Unlike the Snapdragon 845 you’ll find in the OnePlus 6 and LG G7 (two phones at a similar/cheaper price), the Key2 is home to a Snapdragon 660. Alongside is 6GB of RAM – a nice bump up from the 3GB in the KeyOne – and a starting 64GB of storage.

I’m happy that BlackBerry decided against raising the price significantly, instead sticking with a very capable processor that isn’t quite as power-hungry. The Key2 feels super-fast in everyday use, and for the tasks for which this phone is built for, including an 845 chip would be overkill.

Switching between apps using the the speed key is instantaneous and, clearly, BlackBerry Mobile has optimised the software well. 

The Key2 isn’t the best phone for gaming, in the main due to the keyboard’s presence, but it can nevertheless handle pretty much anything you’d find in the Play Store. However, you will notice slightly longer loading times and the odd dropped frame when playing more intensive titles such as PUBG or Asphalt 8.

blackberry key2

The biggest issue experienced my many folk with last year’s KeyOne was just how sluggish it was in operation. However, this likely wasn’t only down to the processor; the lack of RAM was also a contributory factor.

The 3GB was updated to 4GB with the KeyOne Black Edition and while that tackled some of the issues, six months on it was a painful experience. Upping this to 6GB has made a huge difference right off the bat, and it will be interesting to see if this remains the case over the next few months.

The Key2’s call quality is impressive, as is Wi-Fi performance, and it’s really in these areas that BlackBerry has consistently impressed. Note, too, that the base 64GB of storage can be expanded via a microSD card.

BlackBerry Key2 – Software

Keyboard aside, a lot of what makes the Key2 feel different to other more traditional flagships is the software. Like the KeyOne, the Key2 uses Android rather than BlackBerry’s own OS, so you’re free to download all the apps and games you want from Google Play.

BlackBerry Mobile has still added plenty to the Android experience, adding flourishes that should feel familiar to die-hard fans of the series.

Shortcuts are built in at a system level and are easy to customise, while BlackBerry Hub combines all your messaging and email platforms together into a single inbox. Most of the tweaks are built with productivity in mind, shortening actions that might normally take multiple steps.

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blackberry key2

The launcher used here is similar in some ways to Google’s stock experience, only with deeper customisations. You can swipe up on an app icon to reveal its widgets, while shortcuts to specific app features can be pulled out into dedicated icons. An ‘Add Event’ icon can replace your typical Calendar icon to quickly take you into the part of the app you’d use the most.

BlackBerry’s focus on business and security can also be seen throughout. The DTEK app has featured on previous devices, and it appears once again, providing an overview of how secure your phone is. It will offer tips on how to make it more secure – adding a longer passcode, for example.

Other BlackBerry apps include a password-protected locker for storing private documents and photos (a nice addition) and a couple of BlackBerry’s own Google alternatives such as a Notes app, Calendar and Password Manager.

While some of the design elements are a little outdated – BlackBerry’s apps lack a modern UI and certain aspects such as the large red notification star are plain-ugly – this is certainly one of the lighter additions to an Android skin I’ve reviewed recently.

BlackBerry Key2 – Camera

I think I’m safe to assume that few people have ever bought a BlackBerry device for its camera. When the KeyOne was launched, much was made of the sensor being the same unit featured in the Pixel, and while that might be true, the images captured were far from the quality of Google’s then-flagship.

blackberry key2

With the launch of the Key2, less has been made about the cameras here – even though there’s been a noticeable upgrade. The biggest difference is there are now two 12-megapixel sensors instead of one, with the second acting as a telephoto zoom. There’s an f/1.8 aperture on the main camera, with a narrower f/2.6 on the telephoto.

Pictures shot with the Key2 aren’t in the same league as pricier flagships such as the Pixel 2 or Galaxy S9 – obviously – and they can’t compete with the OnePlus 6, either. But for a BlackBerry, and a device where the camera is far from the focal point, it’s capable of taking some decent shots.

The sunset landscapes below feature lovely colours and plenty of dynamic range, while the fairgrounds rides come across well too.

Colours are nice and bright

Pictures can look washed out

Where the camera did fall down was in situations where it had to resort to auto-HDR. Super-bright shots were often ruined by copious amounts of glare and washed-out colours, while scenes with varying brightness points also looked poor.Low-light photos remain an area of weakness, too, with a strong yellow tinge and lots of noisey details.

Lower light shots can look good, is there is some light

The secondary camera is there for 2x zoom, offering a bit more freedom to get up-close. Note, however, that the narrower aperture on this sensor does make it pretty much useless in anything but the best of light.

BlackBerry Mobile also uses the secondary sensor to enable a portrait mode, allowing that faux-bokeh effect to blur the background. Not a single phone has really mastered this effect yet, and while the Key2’s effect is passable, it still feels very fake. Highly detailed areas such as hair strands often miss the blur and I’ve found you need to hold the phone super-still for decent results.

Video isn’t anything to write home about, either. It can shoot up to 4K at 24fps, but in my opinion you’re better off sticking to 1080p at 60fps unless you want shaky footage. The lack of OIS becomes very obvious when shooting video.

BlackBerry Key2 – Battery life

There are a number of factors that help the Key2 to impress with its battery life. The unit itself is pretty large at 3500mAh, while the Snapdragon 660 forgoes the best performance for endurance. This is helped, too, by a screen that’s smaller than much of the competition.

But in my opinion, the real reason I’ve achieved around a day and a half of power from the Key2 is that the device just isn’t particularly good at tasks that would normally eat through battery, hence I avoid them.

I haven’t been watching YouTube videos, for example, nor have I been playing any games or editing photos. This is a great phone, if you like the keyboard, for messaging and ‘getting stuff done’ – but it’s limited in other areas.

Still, the battery life is decent. The Key2 will make it through the day on a single charge even with a few hours of calls and heavy messaging on multiple platforms without you every worrying about hitting the red.

Charging up the phone takes around 90 minutes with the supplied USB-C plug and cable.

Why buy the BlackBerry Key2?

There’s no denying it: the Key2 is a niche product that will only appeal to BlackBerry die-hards and those who use their phone purely as a messaging and email device. Some of the software additions are nice, but they’re unlikely to win over those have no desire to switch back to device with a physical keyboard.

At £599, the Key2 is a tough sell, despite it righting many of the wrongs with the KeyOne by improving the design and upping the RAM.

There are too many other phones I’d recommend at this price. The OnePlus 6 is £100 cheaper and better in nearly every sense, while the Huawei P20 and LG G7 are similarly priced and again much better picks.

But if the keyboard is what you want then the Key2 is really your only choice – and at least that keyboard is very good.

Verdict

For BlackBerry die-hards only.

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Score in detail

  • Performance 8

  • Camera 7

  • Design 7

  • Battery Life 8

  • Value 6

  • Software 8

  • Calls & Sound 8

  • Screen Quality 8

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Redmi just launched the Redmi Note 11T 5G, the company’s latest 5G smartphone and the successor to last year’s  Redmi Note 10T 5G, as it had announced. It has a 6.6-inch FHD+ screen with 50Hz, 60Hz and 90Hz variable refresh rate, has a 16MP front camera inside the punch-hole, is powered by Dimensity 810 SoC with up to 8GB of RAM with 3GB of extended memory, has a 50MP rear camera along with an 8MP ultra-wide camera.

It has X-axis linear motor, plastic back with a matte finish that doesn’t attract fingerprints, has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner with double tap shortcuts and packs a 5000mAh battery with support for 33W fast charging that can charge up to 100% in 60 minutes.

Redmi Note 11T 5G specifications

  • 6.6-inch (1080 × 2400 pixels) Full HD+ 20:9 LCD screen with 50/60/90Hz variable refresh rate, up to 240Hz touch sampling rate, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection
  • Octa Core MediaTek Dimensity 810 6nm processor (Dual 2.4GHz Cortex-A76 + Hexa 2GHz Cortex-A55 CPUs) with Mali-G57 MC2 GPU
  • 6GB LPDDR4X RAM with 64GB / 128GB (UFS 2.2) storage, 8GB LPDDR4X RAM with 128GB (UFS 2.2) storage, expandable memory up to 1TB with microSD
  • Android 11 with MIUI 12.5
  • Hybrid Dual SIM (nano + nano / microSD)
  • 50MP rear camera with f/1.8 aperture, LED Flash, 8MP ultra-wide camera with f/2.2 aperture
  • 16MP front-facing camera with f/2.45 aperture
  • Splash resistant (IP53)
  • Side-mounted fingerprint sensor, IR sensor
  • 3.5mm audio jack, stereo speakers
  • Dimensions: 163.56×75.78×8.75mm; Weight: 195g
  • 5G (n1/ n3/ n5/n8/ n28/ n40/ n78), Dual 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac (2.4GHz + 5GHz), Bluetooth 5.1, GPS, USB Type-C
  • 5000mAh (Typical) / 4900mAh (minimum) battery with 33W fast charging

The Redmi Note 11T 5G comes in Stardust White, Aquamarine Blue and Matte Black colours, is priced at Rs. 16999 for the 6GB RAM with 64GB storage version, Rs. 17999 for the 6GB RAM with 128GB storage version and the 8GB RAM with 128GB storage version costs Rs. 19,999.

As a part of an introductory offer, there will be a Rs. 1000 discount for the first few weeks, said the company. Additionally, there will be Rs. 1000 instant discount for ICICI Bank credit cards and EMI. With these offers, the effective starting price of the phone is Rs. 14,999.

The phone will be available from December 7th from Amazon.in and mi.com online and Mi Home, Mi Studios and retail stores offline.


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BlackBerry Key 2

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This device is compatible buy 1st edition pokemon cards any network and is Single sim. BlackBerry hit on a winning formula with the KEYone, so it makes sense to keep the new KEY2 very similar. Very little has changed about the Design, with just simple refinements to the casing and keyboard developed to enhance ergonomics. The QWERTY keyboard itself now has a matte finish and the keys themselves are larger and slightly less pronounced. This makes for a flatter profile and allows for more accurate positioning when using the built-in trackpad for cursor placement. Screen size remains the same, as do the physical dimensions, although the edges and corners have all been rounded off and softened. The new KEY2 is therefore much more comfortable to hold, plus it's a good 12 grams lighter than the original. BlackBerry KEY2 is also Android Enterprise Recommended from the moment it's been announced. Reasons to buy BlackBerry KEY2: - Android 8.1 (Oreo) with BlackBerry Hub blackberry key2 online purchase productivity apps - Physical QWERTY keyboard with integrated touchpad and fingerprint sensor - Octa-core Snapdragon 660 processor with Adreno 512 GPU - 64GB storage and 6GB RAM foreclosed homes for sale tulsa 4.5" Full HD 1080 x 1620 screen with Corning Gorilla Glass blackberry key2 online purchase Dual 12MP rear Cameras with PDAF & dual LED flash - 151.4 x 71.8 x 8.5 mm / 168 grams - 3.5mm audio jack - 3,500 mAh Battery - USB Type-C with QuickCharge 3.0 What's in the box 1 x Data Cable 1 x Charger 1 x Handset 1 x Sim Door Key 1 x Documentation 1 x Stereo Headset

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Back in the day, Blackberry used to be a pioneer at making mobile phones with a different style, design and elegance all together and Blackberry’s Key series is clearly an attempt to get back in the game and for good this time. The Blackberry KeyOne was released in April blackberry key2 online purchase 2017 and it was an attempt to replenish the nostalgia of the old Blackberry phones for instance; it had an actual physical keyboard. Despite the efforts, Blackberry KeyOne was host to mixed reviews once the Embargo lifted and a mixed response as well. Despite the setbacks, Blackberry Key 2 came forward with an attempt to revive all that was good about the old phones and mixing it with a touch of new technology.

Build and Design:

The Blackberry Key2 has a 4.5-inch display, fairly an inch taller than the predecessor but definitely thinner. The phone is now much more comfortable and easier to grip. The phone has USB - C type port and the speakers next to it, which users describe as fairly average for a phone with such a hefty price tag. All the buttons are on the side just like any other smartphone today and all of them are easy to access for the users. The back has a nice and soft material and does not leave fingerprints which is a plus thus maintaining it's beauty.

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The screen size might be a go or a no for you and it totally depends on the preference of users. Some people complain about having phones with big screens, while others do the opposite. The 4.5 inch IPS LCD screen has 1620 x 1080 pixel resolution with a pixel density of 434 pixels per prairie view a&m university notable alumni and 3:2 aspect ratio. Although the screen is absolutely beautiful, it is still a downer for many that it has such a small screen. The screen is protected by Gorilla Glass 3 which is a disappointment, to say the least. Most mobile phones with half the price tag offer Gorilla Glass 5 these days.

Camera:

The Blackberry Key2 has two rear cameras now both 12 Megapixels and also has a portrait mode now. The balance for the pictures is nice. The Camera does not have the HDR effect so expect your photos to be unrefined at times due to lack or excessive exposure. Lowlight photography is worse as compared to other cheaper alternatives.

The Blackberry Key2 comes with the latest Android 8.1 (Oreo). It has a Snapdragon 835 processor. The all Android software comes with some little modifications from Blackberry itself and you will see a lot of Blackberry applications.

Pros:

  • Excellent keyboard, handy new Speed Key
  • Compact, Nostalgic design
  • Battery Life
  • Security and Privacy
  • Portrait Mode

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  • Hefty price tag
  • Average Camera
  • Performance issues

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BuildOSAndroid V8.1 Oreo  Dimensions 151.4 x 71.8 x 8.5 mm  Weight 168 g  SIM Dual Sim, Dual Standby (Nano-SIM)  Colors Black, Silver  Frequency2G BandSIM1: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
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Redmi just launched the Redmi Note 11T 5G, the company’s latest 5G smartphone and the successor to last year’s  Redmi Note 10T 5G, as it had announced. It has a 6.6-inch FHD+ screen with 50Hz, 60Hz and 90Hz variable refresh rate, has a 16MP front camera inside the punch-hole, is powered by Dimensity 810 SoC with up to 8GB of RAM with 3GB of extended memory, has a 50MP rear camera along with an 8MP ultra-wide camera.

It has X-axis linear motor, plastic back with a matte finish that doesn’t attract fingerprints, has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner with double tap shortcuts and packs a 5000mAh battery with support for 33W fast charging that can charge up to 100% in 60 minutes.

Redmi Note 11T 5G specifications

  • 6.6-inch (1080 × 2400 pixels) Full HD+ 20:9 LCD screen with 50/60/90Hz variable refresh rate, up to 240Hz touch sampling rate, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection
  • Octa Core MediaTek Dimensity 810 6nm processor (Dual 2.4GHz Cortex-A76 + Hexa 2GHz Cortex-A55 CPUs) with Mali-G57 MC2 GPU
  • 6GB LPDDR4X RAM with 64GB / 128GB (UFS 2.2) storage, 8GB LPDDR4X RAM with 128GB (UFS 2.2) storage, expandable memory up to 1TB with microSD
  • Android 11 with MIUI 12.5
  • Hybrid Dual SIM (nano + nano / microSD)
  • 50MP rear camera with f/1.8 aperture, LED Flash, 8MP ultra-wide camera with f/2.2 aperture
  • 16MP front-facing camera with f/2.45 aperture
  • Splash resistant (IP53)
  • Side-mounted fingerprint sensor, IR sensor
  • 3.5mm audio jack, stereo speakers
  • Dimensions: 163.56×75.78×8.75mm; Weight: 195g
  • 5G (n1/ n3/ n5/n8/ n28/ n40/ n78), Dual 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac (2.4GHz + 5GHz), Bluetooth 5.1, GPS, USB Type-C
  • 5000mAh (Typical) / 4900mAh (minimum) battery with 33W fast charging

The Redmi Note 11T 5G comes in Stardust White, Aquamarine Blue and Matte Black colours, is priced at Rs. 16999 for the blackberry key2 online purchase RAM with 64GB storage version, Rs. 17999 for the 6GB RAM with 128GB storage version and the 8GB RAM with 128GB storage version costs Rs. 19,999.

As a part of an introductory offer, there will be a Rs. 1000 discount for the first few weeks, said the company. Additionally, there will be Rs. 1000 instant discount for ICICI Bank credit cards and EMI. With these offers, the effective starting price of the phone is Rs. 14,999.

The phone will be available from December 7th from Amazon.in and mi.com online and Mi Home, Mi Studios and retail stores offline.


Author: Srivatsan Sridhar

Srivatsan Sridhar is a Mobile Technology Enthusiast who is passionate about Mobile phones and Mobile apps. He uses the phones he reviews as his main phone. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram View all posts by Srivatsan Sridhar

Источник: https://www.fonearena.com/blog/352724/redmi-note-11t-5g-price-india-specifications.html
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Unveiled back in June, BlackBerry has finally launched the qwerty keyboard-equipped BlackBerry Key2 smartphone in India and has priced the device at Rs 42,990. The BlackBerry Key2 has been launched as an Amazon-exclusive smartphone and will go on sale starting July 31.

As an introductory offer, the device comes bundled with a cashback offer worth Rs 4,450 for Jio subscribers. Moreover, one can also avail a cashback of 5% if the purchase is made using an ICICI Bank debit or credit card. The Key2 is the first BlackBerry smartphone to sport dual rear cameras and also comes equipped with a customizable ‘Speed Key’ button for accessing apps, contacts, and other functions.

BlackBerry Key2 Launched in India at Rs 42,990; On Sale From July 31

The Key2 features a 4.5-inch 1620×1080 LCD display, and is powered by the Snapdragon 660 SoC. It packs 6GB of RAM and offers either 64GB or 128GB of storage depending on the variant.

It also carries a 3,500 mAh battery with support for Quick Charge 3.0. On the imaging front, the phone ships with a dual-12MP camera setup on the rear, with one of the sensors used for the portrait mode as well as what the company is calling an “Optical Superzoom”. There’s also an 8MP front-facing camera for selfies and video chats.

Display4.5-inch 1620×1080 IPS LCD
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 660
RAM6GB
Storage64/128GB, expandable via microSD card
Primary Camera12MP (f/1.8) + 12MP (f/2.6) with PDAF and dual tone LED flash
Secondary Camera8MP
Battery3,500mAh
OSAndroid 8.1 Oreo

According to the company, the Key2 features an improved keyboard compared to its predecessor, as the keys are now 20% taller, have better spacing, and also now have a matte finish on top instead of the glossy plastic used on its predecessor. The first national bank of north platte nebraska of the phone is built out of Series 7 aluminum, and it has a textured back, which we have seen in past models.

While the pricing of the Key2 is similar to the last-gen model, it remains to be seen whether BlackBerry can entice keyboard warriors back to its fold in the Indian market.

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You repay the loan in equated monthly installment, basically a monthly repayment of a fixed amount of loan taken in order to purchase a particular product

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You can use ICICI, AXIS, HDFC, SBI, American Express, Citibank, Flipkart Axis Bank, HSBC, IndusInd Bank, J&K Bank, Kotak Bank, RBL Bank Credit Card, Standard Chartered Bank, Yes Bank

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You can buy products through your Bajaj EMI Card shop and pay later, at no extra cost. Bajaj Finserv EMI Card holder, you can shop for all your favourite products from Flipkart and Amazon and pay in easy instalments. All product categories The minimum cart Value is Rs.4,500

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