With CES 2019 in Las Vegas just a few days away, TCL is preparing to showcase the company's portfolio of mobile and internet devices, in addition to debuting new technologies.As part of TCL's presence at CES, the company will be showing the latest Alcatel smartphones and internet products, as well as debuting the first of its 2019 Alcatel Series smartphones that will include the TCL-made Alcatel Full View Display.
BlackBerry Mobile announced the Android 8.0 Oreo beta update for select users last month and starting today (August 15), the company is finally starting to push the Android 8.0 Stable update to BlackBerry KEYone owners.
Optiemus launched the BlackBerry KEY2 in India today. Optiemus is manufacturing the BlackBerry KEY2 for Indian customers locally at its world-class facility at Noida, further strengthening the company's support of the 'Make-in-India' initiative.
The BlackBerry KEY² will launch in South Korea next week, and CJ Hello, the exclusive distributor of the BlackBerry KEY² in the country, has today opened pre-orders for the physical keyboard device.
The BlackBerry KEY² is now available to buy in the UK from Selfridges Manchester, Birmingham and Oxford street London stores for £579 in black and silver. The BlackBerry KEY² will be available from other retailers starting June 29, and from Vodafone later in July.
TCL has announced that the BlackBerry KEY² will be available to pre-order in the United States from June 29, with devices available from July 13. BlackBerry KEY² will be available carrier unlocked in both Silver and Black color variants optimized for GSM carrier networks such as AT&T and T-Mobile starting at $649.99 USD.
TCL has announced that the BlackBerry KEY² will be available to pre-order in Canada from tomorrow (June 21), with devices available from July 6. The BlackBerry KEY2 in Silver will be available carrier unlocked at Amazon.ca, BestBuy.ca, Walmart.ca, Staples.ca, Blueshop.ca and Visions.ca in July starting at $829.99 CAD outright.
TCL launched the BlackBerry KEY2 last week, packing a number of features that are firsts for any BlackBerry smartphone. While the 64Gb models were quickly available for pre-ordering, the 128Gb model is now available to pre-order in China.
TCL launched the BlackBerry KEY2 yesterday at events in New York and China, featuring an iconic BlackBerry physical keyboard and a lot of upgrades from the BlackBerry KEYone. Users in the UAE wanting the Android-powered device with a physical keyboard, will be pleased to know that the device will begin shipping in the UAE later this month for 2,399 AED.
TCL launched the BlackBerry KEY2 yesterday at events in New York and China, featuring an iconic BlackBerry physical keyboard and a lot of upgrades from the BlackBerry KEYone.The mid-range device is now available to pre-order in the UK from Selfridges for £579 ($649 USD / €649 EUR / / $829 CAD) and at the time of publishing, we are unaware if this is for an exclusive period or not. Pre-orders are available until June 27.