The KeyOne is an impressive throwback that measures up to vintage BlackBerry strengths. - From Stuff
The BlackBerry crowd will recognise other helpful staples, including the convenient BlackBerry Hub repository for emails, messages, tweets and other communications, BlackBerry's DTEK security software for safeguarding the operating system and your data, and the presence of BlackBerry Messenger.
Meanwhile, BlackBerry has positioned a physical convenience key on the right side of the device that you can customise for an action, perhaps a one-key speed dial to your spouse.
But you might also mistake that button for the power button that's on the left side.
But there's a lot to please loyal fans, and other smartphone users intoxicated by the prospects of a physical keyboard experience will also find much to like.
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