BlackBerry Keyone Full Specifications: An Overview
The old player that has been out of the public eyes for a while is back. BlackBerry, with it’s Keyone takes on the Android OS to sell more hardware. Is it worth the risk?
BlackBerry Keyone have an embedded rechargeable 3505 mAh LiPo battery. This is definitely an advantage for power users who want to use their devices throughout the day without the need to recharge.
The Android OS that is based on Android Nougat is the software that gives optimum performance boost to BlackBerry Keyone’s hardware.
With a 64GB of internal flash memory, you wouldn’t even notice that you’ll run out of storage soon. Another upside is, the BlackBerry Keyone does come by default with a microSD card slot just in case you need more.
Camera on board BlackBerry Keyone have a dual LED flash beside a 12MP rear shooter. Not an impressive spec with this area but it can get the job done. The 8MP front facing camera is rather noticeably ancient when taking selfies.
A pretty smaller in terms of display sizes, a 4.5 inch IPS LCD panel under a Corning Gorilla Glass 4 can render Full HD (1620×1080 pixels). This is a classic BlackBerry size nevertheless and pretty handy even for busy business people.
BlackBerry Keyone have a thin profile of 149.1 x 72.4 x 9.4 mm and comes super light of just 180 g.
The latest Qualcomm MSM8953 with the Snapdragon 625 processor is BlackBerry Keyone’s brain coupled with an Adreno 506 GPU for that smooth mobile gaming experience.
You get the following inside the BlackBerry Keyone to keep the phone working smoothly in its tasks: fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity and a compass.
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