Before MWC 2017 February 25, 2017 Barcelona company TCL was presented a long-awaited push the BlackBerry smartphone KEYone, which was previously shown back in January at CES. It was assumed that it will be called "Mercury" that this smartphone became the first significant announcement of the number of devices-products that will be shown to the public during the exhibition mobile technology. It should be noted that the novelty is intended primarily for business and this is determined by the characteristics of its design and software.
As noted in the beginning of the presentation — the BlackBerry is for successful people who care about security and privacy. Presented device have enough charge its battery for the day. It has a "smart keyboard" and called BlackBerry KEYone. Right out of the box it will run under the Android operating system 7.1 Nougat.
The Camera has a IMX sensor. Aluminum frame not only creates gorgeous style of your smartphone, but protects it from everyday damage. Soft touch back panel makes the phone comfortable to the wearer. The most significant innovation KEYone is its physical keyboard. All 52 buttons keyboard to be customized and adapted for launch shortcuts for short and long press on them.
For example, the letter "B" can be configured to launch the browser, "F" — for Facebook. The device has a 4.5-Dujmovic IPS LCD display, but since the phone has a physical keyboard, screen space is not wasted on the virtual keyboard. The display resolution is 1080 x 1620 pixels, which corresponds approximately to the density of the image 434 pixels per inch. The display is ~55.6% of the surface of the device. The phone screen is protected by Corning Gorilla glass 4.
The Smartphone has non-removable Li-ion battery capacity mAh 3505. Phone while charging it goes into power saving mode. All unread messages — Facebook, text and e-mail are in one place for ease of reading.
The Chipset is a Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8953 625, providing for the charging of the device by 50% in about 36 minutes. This chipset is equipped with OCTA-core CPU with 2.0 gigagertsevyj cores Cortex-A53. The graphics processor is Adreno chipset 506. RAM BlackBerry KEYone is 3 gigabytes.
The Device is supported fast charging technology Quick Charge 3.0. The chipset is characterized by the radio module X5 LTE, which increases the download speed doubled compared to the previous model. The application DTEK, which debuted in Priv about two years ago increases the security of Android. With its help the user can fine-tune permissions at their discretion. Thus, the user largely determines the security of your device.
The Main 12-megapixel camera with f/2.0 aperture has autofocus with phase detection and dual tone led flash. The size of the sensor is 1/2.3″, the size of the pixel — 1.55 µm. Among the functions of the camera — geotagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR and panorama. It gives you the ability to shoot 1080p video at 30 frames per second. 8 megapixel secondary camera of the device is characterized by a pixel size of 1.12 µm and a resolution of 1080p.
KEYone BlackBerry support connector Type-C 1.0. Among its sensors — the front of the fingerprint scanner, accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor and compass. Stored in the device's 3.5-mm Jack for headphones. Dimensions of the smartphone are in millimeters — 149,1 (height) x 72,4 (width) x 9.4 (depth). The format of the SIM card — Nano-SIM. The device supports memory cards microSD. The capacity of its internal storage is 32 gigabytes.
KEYone is the solution for businesses wishing to provide their employees with a productive, but safe enough smartphones. In selling on the world market KEYone will appear in April of this year. At different retailers and operators, it will cost from 549 to 599 USD. Users can register on the website of BlackBerry Mobile and to follow the updates.
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materials engadget.com and gsmarena.com
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