BlackBerry KEY2 LE goes on sale at Verizon for $450 outright

BlackBerry KEY2 LE goes on sale at Verizon for $450 outright
Five months after TCL, the company behind BlackBerry smartphones, teased the Verizon BlackBerry KEY2 LE, the device is finally making its way to virtual shelves. The Big Red has just announced that business and enterprise customers can purchase the BlackBerry KEY2 LE for $450 outright. Also, the KEY2 LE can be had for $100 on a 2-year Verizon contract.

Phonedog reports customers can buy the BlackBerry KEY2 LE starting today, but we can't find it listed on Verizon's online store. However, since the phone seems to be available to business and enterprise customers only, it may not appear on the carrier's website. Even so, we've been able to learn that the phone is available in Slate color, and that's the only option that Verizon will offer.

The BlackBerry KEY2 LE is the perfect phone for those who want a single device for personal and work use. The handset is powered by Android 8.1 Oreo and features some security and privacy enhancements that you won't find in another phone.

It even includes a dual account feature that will let users clone apps like Messenger, Instagram, WhatsApp, and WeChat and switch between personal and work accounts. To top it off, the BlackBerry KEY2 LE is Android Enterprise Recommended, thus making it the perfect phone for enterprise customers.

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KEY2 LE
  • Display 4.5 inches
    1620 x 1080 pixels
  • Camera 13 MP (Dual camera)
    8 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 636
    4GB RAM
  • Storage 64GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 3000 mAh
  • OS Android 8.1 Oreo

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