The BlackBerry KEYone stood out as one of 2017's most interesting and unique phones, especially for Windows phone users who finally decided to make the jump to Android and who wanted a best-in-class keyboard experience. This year, BlackBerry's going to follow it up with the KEY2. We've already come across quite a few leaks and rumors speculating about what the phone will come equipped with, but soon we'll be able to lay the rumor mill to rest.
BlackBerry's holding an event in New York today to announce the KEY2, and while our Executive Editor Daniel Rubino and Managing Editor Al Sacco will be there, you can watch the entire thing without having to leave your home or office. The company is hosting a livestream on YouTube, and you can tune in by simply clicking on the video above.
The livestream will begin at 10:00 AM ET on Thursday, June 7.
Are you a current or former BlackBerry user? Are you still using a Windows phone but are ready for greener pastures? What are you hoping to see from the KEY2?
- BlackBerry KEYone is the best phone for using Office 365 on the go
- I'm excited for the BlackBerry KEY2 because virtual keyboards are still terrible
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