The Blackberry KEY2 is about to make its official debut on June 7. The newest development emerges days after the new Blackberry handset will come as the successor to the BlackBerry KEYone.

To recall, Blackberry KEYone that the Canadian giant launched in February last year. The device supported full QWERTY keyboard and a touch-supported display.

The 25 second teaser, which does not disclosed any internal hardware. The teaser just shows a glimpse of what the company has designed this time. The teaser video initially displays the back of the device.

The BlackBerryKEY2 appears to have textured with a shiny BlackBlack logo. Next, the video shows the rear-facing optics that are compressed in dual camera setup and are supported by an LED flash module. Therefore, the handset is expected to capture better photos.

The video also highlights the dark metal frame and concludes with a brief appearance of the all-new keyboard. It is likely to have many improvements over the keyboard featured on the previous BlackBerry KEY series handset.

Specifications

Display

BlackBerry KEY2 comes with 4.5 inches display with a resolution 1080 x 1620 pixels. Along with 3:2 ratio. As a protection the device supports Corning Gorilla Glass 4.

Performance

BlackBerry KEY2 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 and runs Android 8.1 (Oreo). Along with GPU Adreno 512. The device comes with two storage variants-

6GB RAM +128GB
4GB RAM + 64GB memory and microSD card expandable up to 256GB.

Camera

BlackBerry KEY2 sports dual camera. Rear camera supports 12MP and 8MP along with dual LED flash. Front camera is 8MP. Other camera features includes Geo-tagging, touch-focus, face detection autofocus, dual LED dual-tone flash.

Battery life and other specifications

BlackBerry KEY2 comes with non-revovable Li-Ion 3360 mAh battery. The device sports active noise cancellation with dedicated mic. The device supports sensors like- Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass.

The release date and price of BlackBerry KEY2 is not yet announced.