BlackBerry Mobile’s latest smartphone, the KEY2, is now available in Canada.
Canadian consumers can buy the black model of the QWERTY keyboard equipped handset starting today from all three of the country’s national carriers, as well as from Saskatchewan-based regional carrier SaskTel.
- Bell: starting at $99 CAD on a two-year term
- Telus: starting at $100 on a two-year term
- Rogers: starting at $95 on a two-year term
- SaskTel: starting at $99 on a two-year term
Later this month, the KEY2 will also be available in silver to buy outright from major retailers like Amazon.ca, Best Buy and Staples.
Besides its signature QWERTY keyboard, the KEY2 features a 4.5-inch LCD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage and 3,500mAh battery. Additionally, for the first time on a BlackBerry Mobile device, the KEY2 features dual rear-facing cameras.
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