The BlackBerry KEY2 Lite or KEY2 LE which is an affordable version of the newly launched BlackBerry KEY2 is expected to be unveiled at the upcoming IFA 2018 in Berlin, Germany. Similar to Key2, the physical keyboard experience would be the main USP of this smartphone. "TCL, the manufacturer behind the BB brand -- has sent out 'save the date' invites for an IFA event. It will be held on August 30 and while it offers no official details on what will be announced, there is only one rumoured phone in our database -- the BlackBerry KEY2 LE," GSM Arena reported yesterday.
"KEY2 will have less processing power on tap -- the Snapdragon 660 chipset will be swapped out for a 636 and RAM capacity will drop to 4GB (still better than the Keyone)," the report added. It has been speculated that this device is might replace the 12 plus 12MP dual camera set-up of KEY2 with a 12MP plus 5MP model. The KEY2 Lite is faintly reminiscent of the BlackBerry Q5, which was a less expensive other option to the leader Q10.
Like the KEY2 Lite, the Q5 had a fun-loving, brilliant stylish, and lower-spec internals, as indicated by The Next Web entry.
Also, the BlackBerry KEY2 LE will have an adjusted console and keeping in mind that the fundamental structure and functionalities like unique finger impression peruser in the spacebar ought to continue as before, it won't bolster the trackpad highlight of the KEY2. Besides, in view of the Geekbench scores which were released a month ago, the model is probably going to have a little 4GB RAM contrasted with the 6GB on unique KEY2. The processor, be that as it may, is required to continue as before yet it wouldn't be exceptionally amazing if BlackBerry swaps it with a Snapdragon 636.