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Want an Android smartphone with a QWERTY Keyboard but don’t want to spend RM2,599 on the latest BlackBerry KEY2? You can pay RM811 less by picking up last year’s KEYone in Bronze during an online sale on Shopee.
UPDATE: BlackBerry KEY2 has been officially launched! Details here.
For those who enjoy typing on a physical keyboard, the latest Blackberry KEY2 is launching in Malaysia today. For those who are eager to get this productivity tool, the official Malaysian pricing has been revealed ahead of the event.
If you’re just so done with 2018 smartphones that have no bezels, no fingerprint scanners and no physical keyboards, there is good news. You won’t have to conform to the 2018 bezelless fad for much longer because the world’s last proponent of smartphone keyboards with buttons you actually need to exert effort to depress will be launching their latest flagship in Malaysia soon.
Yes, that’s right. The BlackBerry KEY2 will be launched locally, next week.
The BlackBerry DTEK60 has officially arrived in Malaysia, offering a flagship smartphone that’s backed up with industry-leading security features. This is their second Android-powered DTEK series smartphone and it comes with BlackBerry’s suite of security features.
BlackBerry has just announced the DTEK50 smartphone for Malaysia. Dubbed as the most secure Android smartphone in the world, this is their new mid-range Android device with BlackBerry’s suite of security apps and features.
Hailed as the most secure Android smartphone, the BlackBerry DTEK50 is finally rolling out in Malaysia. This is BlackBerry’s new mid-range full touch screen smartphone that runs on Android operating system. Pre-orders are now open at 11street with stocks expected to arrive on 30th September 2016.
The highly anticipated “saviour” of manufacturer BlackBerry, the PRIV, has finally been launched in Malaysia. This matrimony of the Android operating system and the security plus convenience of BlackBerry’s own operating system comes in a premium body with a curved display that will surely appeal to existing mainstream smartphone users. The PRIV does have a trick up its sleeve though as it features a physical QWERTY keyboard that slides out from under its display.
Questions and searches about BlackBerry’s first Android device has finally bared fruit; for Malaysians will have the PRIV by next week. This do or die device will be the brand’s pivotal move to see if it can still play the mobile game or close down for good.
The BlackBerry PRIV has started rolling out internationally and those in Singapore will be getting it sometime next week. This is the BlackBerry’s first flagship to run on Android and it comes with its BlackBerry Torch-like slider keyboard. Available in retail stores and telcos from 12th December, the PRIV is priced at S$1,098 which converts to RM3,296. That’s slightly more than the Galaxy Note5 which was launched in the island state at S$1,088.
It seems BlackBerry have gone back to its roots, design wise, with their upcoming device, the BlackBerry Vienna. Renders of what looks to be BlackBerry’s second Android device have found their way on the Internet and they are interesting, to say the least.