Barcelona: BlackBerry unveiled the all new KeyOne smartphone at the Mobile World Congress.
BlackBerry has always been known for physical keyboards with an addition to the security features, and that is what the company is bringing back again! The KeyOne is manufactured by BlackBerry in partnership with TCL. The device will reportedly be available all over the world from April and will cost $549 (around Rs 36,500 in India).
In the BlackBerry's KeyOne smartphone, the keyboard has the capacitive touch like the Passport smartphone. Users will be able to customise each and every key on the keyboard to use them as shortcuts to various apps. Interestingly, there is a fingerprint scanner on the ‘space bar’ of the keyboard.
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