And yet, the BlackBerry is still in the game of smartphones, after the last difficult years of anecdotal sales. In invitations sent to selected journalists, BlackBerry announces that its next top BlackBerry Key2 smartphone will be featured on June 7th at a special event.
And for this model, BlackBerry will work with the Chinese manufacturer TCL as it happened for last year’s flagship company, KEYone.
The invitation may not mention anything about the technical features of the device, but it gives us its name. In any case, we should expect the BlackBerry Key2 to incorporate a natural keyboard, something that the company has been singling out for years, especially for use in a corporate environment.
All questions around the device will be resolved on June 7, in a presentation that will probably be live streamed through the BlackBerry channel on YouTube.