Published: Fri, July 14, 2017
Electronics | By Jesus Weaver

BlackBerry KEYone coming to Sprint tomorrow

BlackBerry KEYone coming to Sprint tomorrow

Since then, the phone has launched in Canada, as well as some other nations, but not in the US. If it does do that, Sprint will be the first major carrier in the United States to carry the BlackBerry KEYOne because no other carrier is doing that right now. Let us take a detailed look at the phone's features as well as the offers from Sprint.

Any Sprint customers picking this up? Unfortunately, the unlocked BlackBerry KEYone will not work on CDMA carriers like Sprint and Verizon.

In a statement, Sprint Chief Marketing Officer Roger Sole said, "We are pleased to bring BlackBerry back into our device portfolio and we believe the BlackBerry KEYone will be a hit with our customers".

Fancy BlackBerry's latest KEYone handset?

The KEYone is a middle-range handset boasting a Snapdragon 625 processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.

The BlackBerry KEYone runs on a 3505mAh battery, the largest battery ever on a BlackBerry device. The phone is also quite secure, which has always been one of BlackBerry's strongest offerings.

Again, online Sprint availability starts tomorrow, July 14.

Sprint's pricing the KEYone at $528 full price, or it'll cost $22.00 per month for 18 months on a lease. The phone would soon be made available across Sprint stores all over the USA later this month. And for a limited time, any customers that switch to Sprint will pay only $22.50 per line per month for up to four lines with Sprint's Unlimited Freedom plan.

Like this: