Although the BlackBerry KEYone is already available on the US market, you can buy only the unlocked version of the handset. For some of us it’s a bit irritating, since the SIM-lock-free device is compatible only with GSM carriers. In other words it doesn’t work with CDMA networks. Aware of the problem Sprint decided to move the things around. Today, the carrier added the BlackBerry KEYone to its lineup.
BlackBerry KEYone compatible with Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T networks is now available in the US
Those who feel a bit nostalgic about smartphones with QWERTY keyboards, may want to take a look at the BlackBerry’s latest offering. In a world of touchscreens, the Canadian-based manufacturer has dared to return to the physical keyboard – all these to deliver the most comfortable input ever. Launched today nationwide within US, the KEYone combines both a QWERTY keyboard and a touchscreen display.
Introduced at CES event as “Mercury” the BlackBerry KEYone finally come to the light. The BlackBerry’s freshest device runs Android and offers a traditional QWERTY keyboard we all loved so much about BlackBerry phones. Let’s take a closer look what this smartphone brings new to the table.