Blackberry is now set to unveil the sequel to the Blackberry KeyOne – dubbed the Blackberry KEY2. The firm has scheduled the launch event for June 7 in New York City, and the Blackberry Key2 is expected to be the highlight. Now, just a few hours before the Key2 New York event, we have come across some stunning renders of the device courtesy of @evleaks revealing the device in all its glory.
The newly leaked render, while corroborating the earlier claims that the Key2 would retain the screen-plus-physical-keyboard design from the a few subtle changes like dual-rear camera setup on the rear and the inclusion of anew button situated next to the symbol button.
The Key2 is also dropping the KeyOne’s silver and black two-tone effect for an all-around black front with a grippy, rubberized textured back. Not much of the Key2 technical details have been confirmed, however, there are indications it might retain the 4.5-inch display of the KeyOne with up to 6GB of RAM and an octa-core Snapdragon 660 chipset.
BlackBerry Key2 pic.twitter.com/4YMZ2hxUYP
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) June 4, 2018
The event starts at exactly 10AM ET (7:30 PM IST) on June 7th, Thursday, and will be on Youtube live stream for all to see.