Space Black BlackBerry KEYone Coming at AT&T on September 1
CL and BlackBerry have revealed a space-black BlackBerry KEYone version in India earlier this month. While customers in the US could till now only purchase the black/silver variant of the KEYone, the good news is that the space-black version BlackBerry KEYone will soon be available for purchase in the country.
The space-black BlackBerry KEYone will be an AT&T exclusive and will start selling in come September 1. Space Black is the new color variant of BlackBerry KEYone, which can be purchased for $16.67/month for 30 months. This amounts to a total of total of $500 that is slightly less costly the black/silver BlackBerry KEYone at Sprint that sells it for a full retail price of $528, as reported by Android Guys.
Apart from the new color variant, the space-black BlackBerry KEYone remains the same, spec-wise. That means it will be available to customers with a 4.5-inch display with 1080 x 1620 resolutions. The device will have the iconic physical QWERTY keyboard sitting below the display. On the camera side, KEYone boasts 12MP rear camera, and to fuel the device there is a massive 3,505 mAh battery, as reported by 9to5 Google.
The space-black BlackBerry KEYone also includes a middle-range Snapdragon 625 SoC, and it is assumed that 3GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage like the Sprint version, even though AT&T didn't specify this aspect in the press release. Below the display of BlackBerry KEYone there is the iconic physical keyboard, and in addition to the fingerprint scanner that's built into the space bar, each of the 52 buttons can be remapped as custom shortcuts to open an app, launch the Google Assistant, hop into settings, etc.
The Space Black BlackBerry KEYone is exclusive to AT&T in the US. Aside from the paint job, it's the same to the model that was initially announced at MWC, the one that also has some silver parts. Space black BlackBerry KEYone will be available on AT&T for $16.67/month for 30 months, which works out to a total cost of $500.
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