Following series of leaks, teasers, and rumors, TCL today at an event in NewYork has taken the veil off the BlackBerry KEY2.

The Key2 is made entirely of glass and Series 7 aluminum body with a squarish form factor, the Blackberry iconic physical keyboard, a 3:2 aspect screen and a dual rear camera setup.

The Key2 gets a redesigned 4-row QWERTY physical backlit keyboard with keys that respond to touch gestures, support for flick typing, up to 52 customizable shortcuts.

The Fingerprint scanner is still embedded into the space button, and Blackberry says the Keys are now 20 percent taller compare to the Keyone, and that alone should ensure comfortable and accurate typing experience.

New to the Key2 is a special Speed Key which acts like the function key on a keyboard.

The key2 much like its predecessor features a 4.5-inch 1080x1620px IPS LCD display, while it is fueled by the Snapdragon 660 chipset with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage which you can expand via microSD card slot.

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