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If you're willing to sacrifice some of the features in the more premium Key2, the new BlackBerry Key2 LE gives you a phone with a physical keyboard for less than $400.
Pre-orders for the BlackBerry Key2 begin June 29, with the keyboard-equipped phone going on sale at Amazon and Best Buy on July 13.
BlackBerry obviously isn't what it once was. But the company's smartphone licensee TCL is plowing ahead with a sequel.Serial leaker Evan Blass on Wednesday (June 6) leaked specs for what he said is the upcoming BlackBerry Key2 smartphone. And the handset,
A special edition of the BlackBerry KeyOne not only changes the color, but boosts RAM and storage. However, it'll be hard to come by in this country.
One Florida man was jailed for providing the wrong phone passcode to police, while another got away with forgetting his own passcode.
The few BlackBerry fans in North America will have to wait a little longer than expected for the company's KeyOne smartphone.
BlackBerry's John Chen says one last smartphone is on the way from the company, and that it will feature a physical keyboard.
A since-pulled page on BlackBerry's website showed specs for the DTek60, which looks like a beefed-up version of the DTek50 that came out earlier this year.
The $699 BlackBerry Priv features a slide-out keyboard and runs on Android. It will start shipping Nov. 6.
With an Android operating system and app stores, and a BlackBerry physical keyboard, the Priv is the device some have been waiting for.
A prominent leaker has tweeted pictures of the BlackBerry Venice, which is rumored to be BlackBerry's first-ever phone running the Android OS.
BlackBerry may want to give its devices a shot in the arm by switching to Google's Android platform, a new report says.
The BlackBerry Passport faces down the Microsoft Lumia 640 XL in today's Smartphone Madness competition. Which will earn your vote?
Round two closes out with our final battle between the BlackBerry Passport and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Which will you vote for?
BlackBerry announced the Leap, a new $275 all-touch smartphone that's built to offer rich security features and long battery life.
BlackBerry is going back to what it knows best. Featuring the trademark physical keyboard and trackpad, the aptly-named BlackBerry Classic is sort of a greatest-hits device from a company looking to reconnect with its core customer base. Av
The U.S. president uses Canadian-designed BlackBerrys, which have security and control features no other smartphones can beat.
Blackberry's App store comprises 20 percent of Android Apps; give $10,000 first year sales guarantee.
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