BlackBerry Key 2 hands-on review: £579, $649, €649 QWERTY flagship

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We get our hands on with the BlackBerry Key2 ahead of our full review. The Key2 is a slimmer version of the Key 2, clocking in at 8.5mm thin. The 4.5-inch screen has been nudged up to make space for the larger keyboard. This is also the first BlackBerry with a dual camera, it’s loaded up with a 3,500mAh battery and there’s even a new shortcut key in the keyboard. With a Snapdragon 6-series device, the Key2 isn’t winning any brute force competitions any time soon, but it is looking like the best QWERTY keyboard option on the market and a worthy successor to the Key One.

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