'BlackBerry KeyTwo' Spotted On Geekbench Featuring Snapdragon 660 And 6GB RAM
A new BlackBerry smartphone has been surfaced on a benchmarking site Geekbench. The upcoming device, which is said to be the successor of BlackBerry KeyOne, appears to come with 6GB RAM and will be known as "BlackBerry KeyTwo."
The Geekbench listing is for a BlackBerry device with the model number BBF100-1, a natural progression for the KeyTwo following this year's BlackBerry KeyOne (BBB100-1) and Motion (BBD100-1). As per the Geekbench listing, the upcoming BlackBerry KeyTwo has scored amazing 1532 on the single-core test and a 4185 on the multi-core test.
The Geekbench listing further reveals that the BlackBerry KeyTwo will come loaded with Android 8.0 Oreo. It will feature 6GB of RAM and will be powered by a 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 octa-core processor. Apart from this, the BlackBerry KeyTwo is said to come with QWERTY keyboard and will be equipped with a display of 3:2 aspect ratio with the resolution of 1620x1080 pixels, according to Digit.
BlackBerry's next-generation smartphone will not even come close matching to the topmost devices of this year like Galaxy Note 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. However, it has been seen that upcoming BlackBerry KeyTwo listed on benchmarking sites always undergo some changes, so the final version might be different, as reported by Indian Express.
BlackBerry KeyTwo is expected o arrive soon and it will be a premium mid-end smartphone. The KeyOne had unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017, has the iconic physical keyboard below the phone's 4.5-inch touchscreen display. Right now, there are three companies that BlackBerry has licensed the BlackBerry brand to produce and market the smartphone: TCL Communication, Optiemus Infracom, and BB Merah Putih. China's TCL Communication is the major global partner with rights to sell BlackBerry-branded smartphones in the US, UK, the Middle East, Australia, and European markets.