BlackBerry KEY2 LE scores $100 discount with upfront AT&T activations at Best Buy

BlackBerry KEY2 LE scores $100 discount with upfront AT&T activations at Best Buy
If you're in the market for a modern Android smartphone with a largely forgotten hardware keyboard in tow, you're not exactly swimming in options right now. Basically, you can either buy the BlackBerry KEY2 or... the BlackBerry KEY2 in red if you want to pair that physical keyboard with an upper mid-range processor while also getting an extra-large battery, 6GB RAM count, and pretty great dual 12MP rear-facing cameras.

Alternatively, if you don't have a problem making a few specification compromises, the BlackBerry KEY2 LE is typically available at a more reasonable $450 price. Powered by a not-so-bad Snapdragon 636 SoC, the QWERTY/4.5-inch touchscreen hybrid can be purchased for an even more palatable $349.99 at the time of this writing from Best Buy... on one very important condition.

You'll need to activate the unlocked handset right off the bat on a new AT&T account or new line of service to score the full $100 discount. Otherwise, you're only looking at saving 50 bucks by choosing "later" activation at checkout. 

This deal is actually a revival of a special offer from quite some time ago, which doesn't make it any less attractive. Granted, you can occasionally save even more with the help of various top-rated eBay sellers, but their warranty conditions are not always ideal. 

Apart from the aforementioned features, the BlackBerry KEY2 LE in an Atomic red color also has a respectable 4 gigs of memory, 64 of internal storage space, dual 13 + 5MP rear shooters, a single 8MP selfie camera, 3,000 mAh battery, extra-secure Android 8.1 Oreo software, and a spacebar-integrated fingerprint sensor going for it. The 4.5-inch display is no pushover either, sporting a resolution of 1620 x 1080 pixels, while the capacitive touch 4-row BlackBerry keyboard is unrivaled when it comes to productivity.

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1 Comment

1. Venom

Posts: 3541; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

I honestly think $349 should have been the asking price from the get go. There's no way that they could have expected this or the regular KeyTWO to sell at their base prices.

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