Meanwhile, in Canada, the KEYone will be available from SaskTel, Telus, Rogers, and Bell, and will cost $199 CAD on a two-year contract.
The KeyOne (formerly referred to as Mercury), which made its official debut at Mobile World Congress in February, has a 4.5-inch screen and the familiar BlackBerry keyboard; it will be compatible with all major U.S. and Canadian carriers.
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BlackBerry's final in-house designed smartphone is now available in the United Kingdom - but to get your hands on the BlackBerry KEYone, you'll have to go to Selfridges' flagship store on Oxford Street.
The KEYone runs Android 7.1 and has a 4.5-inch HD display.
BlackBerry launched the KEYone smartphone today (April 27) at Selfridges in London. It also comes with the usual selection of BlackBerry software preinstalled, including BBM and BlackBerry's DTEK software, which is created to keep the phone running quickly and smoothly.
On the imaging front, the smartphone comes with a 12MP rear camera with an aperture of f/2.0 and an 8MP front shooter for selfies. It is backed up by a 3505 mAh battery and has QuickCharge 3.0 with a "Boost" charging feature that gives 50 percent charge in "roughly 36 minutes".