TCL announced today at Mobile World Congress 2019, a red colour variant of the BlackBerry KEY2. This newest addition to TCL's range of BlackBerry-branded smartphones comes in a deep red Series 7 Aluminum frame, with black accents covering the textured back and the keys.
Back in August, TCL unveiled the BlackBerry KEY2 LE and the company are launching the trimmed down Key2 today in South Africa. The single-SIM, 32GB variant of the KEY2 LE in slate is available from Vodacom World and Vodacom Shops starting at R429 PM x 24 on a Smart XS+ package.
 TCL  today unveiled its newest BlackBerry smartphone – the BlackBerry KEY2 LE. This newest addition to the BlackBerry KEY series smartphone lineup offers three colors variants – Slate, Champagne and Atomic – while keeping with the BlackBerry KEY2 design evolution which includes minimised screen bezels and redesigned chassis for a more modern look and feel.
Optiemus launched the BlackBerry KEY2 in India last week and the device is now available to purchase in the country. 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.

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