Back in IFA in August, we got our first look at the BlackBerry KEY2 LE. The LE is a stripped down version of the KEY2 proper with less impressive specs and a lower price, and if you're interested in getting one for yourself, you can now pre-order it from Amazon in the United States.
There are two variants of the KEY2 LE being sold in the U.S., including Slate and Champagne. Unfortunately, the Atomic red paint job is nowhere to be seen.
For $450, the KEY2 LE packs a physical keyboard, 4.5-inch 2K display, Snapdragon 636 processor, 13MP + 5MP dual cameras, 4GB RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 3,000 mAh battery.
The KEY2 LE isn't the best value proposition there is, but if you want an Android phone with a physical keyboard and don't feel like throwing down $650 for the regular KEY2, this is about one of your only options there is.
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