Old good BlackBerry has been considered to be one of the best mobile brands a decade ago. But like Nokia, it chose a wrong way that brought it to a total collapse. But now both companies are gaining momentum. Although there are some differences in their activity. If Nokia is trying to come in with other Android-running models, BlackBerry focuses on features that it is strong at. Today, the company launched a new phone named the BlackBerry KEYONE Elite Edition, which comes with many security features.
The BlackBerry KEYONE Elite Edition uses a fuselage made of aviation aluminum. The manufacturer claims it passes through 38 various processes to become very durable and solid. On the back, the phone uses a classic leather plaid with a non-slip design and skin-friendly texture.
Under the hood, we can find a Snapdragon 625 chip paired with a 4GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM. The BlackBerry KEYONE Elite Edition sports a 4.5-inch display with a resolution of 1620 × 1080 pixels and an aspect ratio of 3:2. The battery capacity is 3505mAh.
All these features are good, but the selling point of the BlackBerry KEYONE Elite Edition is its own-made DTEK technology that provides a real-time monitoring and protection of the operating system. It gets monthly Android Security Update to ensure your phone is protected against hacking or viruses. Plus, it provides a BID system integrity checking as well as a Password Keeper high-strength local lockbox.
The phone is priced at 3699 yuan ($575) and will go on sale on January 23.