| New Delhi |
Updated: July 23, 2018 12:21:27 pm
BlackBerry Key2, the follow-up to last year’s KeyOne, has been launched in India. Like the original KeyOne, the latest Key2 has a conventional physical keyboard and runs on Google’s Android mobile operating system. The Key2 has been brought to India by Noida-based Optiemus Infracom, which holds the rights for manufacturing and distributing BlackBerry-branded phones in the country. The flagship smartphone is priced at Rs 42,990 and will be available from July 31 on Amazon.in.
“The response we received for the KeyOne was encouraging in India and other regions such as Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. The BlackBerry Key2 is a global device, and we are bringing it to India,” Hardip Singh,…