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Read more about our final impressions of the BlackBerry KEYone, as we've learned that this phone is actually about more than just a keyboard.
Previewed at CES back in January, the TCL-made BlackBerry KEYone, aka Mercury, is fully unveiled at MWC, and we have the early hands-on video to prove it.
It's just about the size of many other smartphones out there, but it has a smaller, high-resolution screen and a permanent keyboard.
We're rounding up every rumor concerning every confirmed major MWC 2017 exhibitor, including the likes of LG, Samsung, Nokia, BlackBerry and Motorola.
That upcoming TCL-made BlackBerry QWERTY smartphone was seen on national TV, as actor Tim Allen stays devoted to the brand through thick and thin.
TCL is making another BlackBerry device, which we've been calling "Mercury". It's supposedly getting some reliable cameras with its feature package.
"The New BlackBerry" is (almost) here, and actual manufacturer TCL was kind enough to let us take it for a quick spin in early pre-production form.
Is this as much marketing as the supposed DTEK70 deserves or even needs? TCL may think so. Its North America branch manager is convinced of his PR strategy.
The phone is told to be the last one designed in-house by Waterloo. The Priv was the last device by the company to get widespread network carriage.
BlackBerry's hardware future as an exclusive TCL licensor will begin to be mapped out at next month's CES, where the DTEK70 could go official.
But what will that entail? The "DTEK70" with an intractable keyboard? What does the Remington No. 2 from 1878 have to do with this?
Is this our first look at a legit pre-release prototype of BlackBerry's last ever in-house QWERTY phone, dubbed DTEK70 or Mercury? Maybe.
BlackBerry may be working on an Android Nougat device in the form factor of its Passport device. Well, at least we have some indication that it exists.
Don't worry, physical QWERTY keyboard devotees, as your precious is alive and well as far as BlackBerry is concerned, even after the Classic's death.
Instead of giving up on producing phones, or at least taking it easy in the hardware sector, BlackBerry apparently has a trio of new Androids up its sleeve.