At IFA 2017 in Berlin, BlackBerry revealed a new "Black Edition" model of the KEYone Qwerty-keyboard smartphone. It looks almost identical to the silver edition that launched this summer, but... You guessed it... Black.
Technically, the Black Edition will have double the internal storage capacity as the silver, up from 32GB to 64. It will also have 4GB of RAM, up from the 3GB in the silver model. All other technical specfications appear to be the same; a 12 MP autofocus main camera and 8 MP front-facing camera with flash, fingerprint sensor, 4.5" scratch-resistant display, and an Android operating system.
You can compare the two versions of the KEYone using our comparison tool, or view them on BlackBerry's website.
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