Blackberry, the Canadian Smartphone brand unveiled their latest offering of Key 2 LE model powered with a variety of flagship features and an updated physical keyboard in July, at the IFA Conference at Berlin.
Blackberry Key 2 LE model is launched in three bright colours- Atomic Red, Slate Black and Champagne Gold. This flagship model has a reliable Android-based v8.1 Oreo operating system. It is also packed with a robust 660 SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset that is included in Key 2 LE handset of Blackberry. This model is internally devised with 64-bit architecture and facilitated with an octa-core processor. The smart graphics processor unit with 512 Adreno authentications is installed in this device. It has a large memory allocation of 6GB Ram paired with 64GB internal storage that makes this device even more powerful than peers when it comes to storing lots of files in personal galleries alongside storing high definition graphical contents.
Blackberry K2 LE model is internally configured with IPS LCD type distinct display boosted with a decent 4.5 inches display screen and 433-pixel density. The phone has a standard screen resolution of 1080 x 1620 pixels that effectively creates an attractive display mode for the user. This model gets distinct screen protection of Corning v3 Gorilla Glass.
The phone is powered with a plethora of advanced camera settings such as ISO control unit and exposure compensation technology. This device has the latest image capturing feature of fixed focus and is integrated with 13 megapixels camera sensor on the rear panel and 8-megapixel selfie shooting camera on the front panel.
Some of the other elementary features include USB type-C port, different kind of connectivity features such as Wi-Fi, Volte, Bluetooth, GPS and more to the list.
The phone has a satisfactory polycarbonate texture alongside having a flexible physical keyboard that makes Blackberry Key 2 LE highly portable.