The BlackBerry KEYone has officially landed on Sprint, the first U.S. carrier to sell the premium mid-ranger with a full keyboard. Hopefully, Verizon will be next to add availability.
After some supply delays, the BlackBerry KEYone finally made it to US shores on May 31st. The handset that was announced at CES 2017 and then followed up on in greater detail at MWC 2017, is what we believe to be one of the best premium mid-range handsets out there.
BlackBerry has finally given us a lead on when we should expect the all-new KEYone to arrive on our door step. After being delayed one month due to production issues, the new mid-ranger with a keyboard will release in U.S. stores on May 31.
When the BlackBerry KEYone was fully introduced, we told you that its release had been scheduled for April. Pre-orders have been live since the start of March (in some countries), but BlackBerry just confirmed to a trusted source that units will not ship until May. The release of the KEYone has been pushed back one month.
BlackBerry and TCL were first to take center-stage at the MWC 2017 trade show in Barcelona, Spain. The companies officially announced BlackBerry KEYone, a new premium mid-range smartphone. You may recall the mysterious BlackBerry device previously code-named ‘Mercury‘, this is it, and unlike at CES 2017, all the details including hardware specs, design, you name it have been revealed. Here’s everything to know about it.