BlackBerry KEYone: We saw its launch, here is its price and release date!
The French launch of the BlackBerry KEYone took place this Tuesday, May 23 at the BHV Marais. MeltyStyle was there, and gives you her impressions!
Formalized during the MWC, the BlackBerry KEYONE has aroused a huge enthusiasm . Nostalgic keyboard smartphones have enjoyed the resolutely modern design of this new device, in which the identity of the brand is clearly preserved. And if you are one of those who dream of shopper, then we have good news to share with you … The BlackBerry KEYONE will be available in France on June 1st at the price of 599 euros at partner resellers before disembarking more Late in the month among French operators . It was François Mahieu, CEO of BlackBerry Mobile, who was pleased to announce it at the launch organized at the BHV Marais.
Carrying the brand’s DNA, the BlackBerry KEYONE is aimed at a modern target, which wants to differentiate and especially who wants to be connected. It has a premium design with an anodized aluminum frame and a textured shell, which is both pleasing to the eye and to the touch. With a 4.5-inch screen, the BlackBerry KEYone stands out on the battery … It offers up to 26 hours of battery life, and Needs only 36 minutes to be recharged at 50%. Another highlight of the KEYONE, security … According to the brand, it is the most secure Android smartphone on the market, thanks to its application called DTEK.
But the biggest asset of the BlackBerry KEYONE is obviously its keyboard … Totally redesigned, it gives access to very interesting features. The TouchID drive is located on the space bar – it’s totally new – while the touch keypad lets you navigate from right to left, and from top to bottom. The keypad keys are also customizable (more than 50 options), for optimum use of the device concerned. You understand , the BlackBerry KEYONE which the US press loves has many qualities … For François Mahieu, sure, he will receive a great welcome on the French market. Want to shoot the BlackBerry KEYone?