BlackBerry KEY² appears on the FCC

The BlackBerry KEY² will be officially unveiled on June 7 at 10am in New York, and the upcoming BlackBerry-branded device has now appeared at the US FCC.

The KEY² has already received TENAA, WFA and Bluetooth SIG certifications. With the product ID PRD-63825-801, the upcoming BlackBerry KEY² bears model number BBF100-2.

There are a number of key, visible differences to its predecessor, the KEYOne. For starters, you can see a dual lens camera on the rear. Last year’s models only had a single lens unit. The side frames and rear panel are made of plastic and brushed metal combo it seems, which look premium in black.

The BlackBerry KEY² will stick with the 3.5mm headphone jack, but in a potentially slimmer build. The keyboard also seems a little more sleek than on the KeyOne.

Coming to the side, there is a dedicated capture button apart from the volume rockers and power button. The USB Type-C Port, Speaker and Microphone are located at the bottom, while the headphone jack is present at the top.

The device is rumoured to come with a Snapdragon 660 + 6GB RAM.

 

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