Earlier this year, BlackBerry unveiled the KEY2 LE, a less expensive version of the more powerful and increasingly popular KEY2. Along with a lower price tag, the phone — which has a slightly less powerful processor than the KEY2 and lacks that phone's capacitive keyboard — comes in two awesome colors, Atomid red and Champagne. And both of those colors are available at Best Buy for $500.
The KEY2 LE has flown under the radar since its announcement in late August and release in early October. The phone is available at all of Canada's major carriers and, in the U.S., unlocked through Amazon and now Best Buy. The Atomic and Champagne colors have been hard to come by, though, so it's nice to see them more widely available — even if, at $500, they are $100 more expensive than the Slate Gray model.
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