The upcoming BlackBerry flagship, the BlackBerry KEY2 is going to be launched on June 7. Right ahead of the launch, the company has posted a new teaser video which shows off a dual rear camera setup and the special hardware button of the device.
The teaser video starts off by showing the BlackBerry logo and a redesigned soft-grip pattern of the KEY2. Other than the changes mentioned, the rest of the design language of the device will more or less be similar to the previous generation BlackBerry KEY1.
The dual cameras are horizontally aligned at the rear and the LED flash is placed right next to the camera setup. The volume rocker and the power button are at the right side of the device and so is the BlackBerry convenience key.
The teaser gives a special highlight to the new button integrated into the QWERTY keyboard of the device (pay attention to the lit 3X3 button in the video) which appears to be an app drawer of some sorts. It might also feature some productive gestures, but nothing can be said for sure as of now.
Other than this, the teaser just reveals the launch date (June 7) and the place of launch (New York) which was already known.
The BlackBerry KEY2 is expected to sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset coupled with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage which can further be expanded with the help of an external SD card. The fingerprint scanner will be embedded into the spacebar of the device and now it is clear that the device will have a dual camera setup at the back. The rest of the specifications remain unknown as of now.
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