TCL on Thursday unveiled a new premium smartphone: the BlackBerry Key2.
The new device is an upgrade to the BlackBerry KeyOne, which launched in the spring of last year. The BlackBerry Key2 is both slimmer and lighter than the BlackBerry KeyOne, has a larger 4.5-inch display that's nearly edge-to-edge, and has a larger physical keyboard.
Also new this year: the BlackBerry Key2 has a dual 12-megapixel rear camera that has portrait mode and Google Lens built in. There's also a new button called the Speed Key, which acts as a shortcut button to quickly switch between apps.
TCL says the BlackBerry Key2 will get more than a full day of battery life.
The BlackBerry Key2 will start at $649 in America and will be available for pre-order in seven countries including the US starting later this month.