This itself has then been coupled with a very respectable 6GB of RAM alongside the choice of either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage.
The same exact 3:2 4.5-inch LCD panel with 1620 x 1080 resolution as the one found on the KEYone is joined by a 35 key backlit physical keyboard sporting an integrated fingerprint reader on the BlackBerry KEY2.
The phone, unlike its predecessor BlackBerry KEYOne, has a square-ish display with sharp edges. Now it's pushing ahead with the BlackBerry Key2 which has leaked in images ahead of the expected June 7 launch. This of course means the classic keyboard is back for those that refuse to make the jump to touchscreen. Although the price is now unknown, if the device is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 660 processor, as previously suggested, we should expect it to be priced similarly to last year's model.
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A two-out double by Austin Romine on a liner over the outstretched glove of right fielder Joey Rickard made it 3-1 in the sixth. Torres, AL Rookie of the Month for May, stayed in the game after being hit by the 94 miles per hour sinker from Miguel Castro.
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But that fact didn't stop him from slogging through the December by-election held as a result of his dual citizenship drama. With some speculation that he might not seek re-election, Joyce gave no hint about his plans for the future.
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The rear material has a grippy finish which runs the full length of the phone's rear making for an attractive look which is also functional for anti-drop levels of grip. But once this issue was fixed, the KeyOne was a solid device with BlackBerry's famous secure software.
The obligatory dual camera upgrade comes with 12MP sensors featuring f/1.8 and f/2.6 aperture respectively, as well as Dual Tone LED Flash, HDR capabilities, and 4K video recording at 30 fps.
BlackBerry Mobile will finally fully reveal its new handset, the BlackBerry Key2, tomorrow, Thursday 7 June but at the going rate of the leaks, there won't be much to reveal.