The BlackBerry KEY2 is now on sale at Go Talk USA for only $529 unlocked when you use promo code BFKEY2 during checkout. That saves you $150 off its usual cost there and brings the device to one of its lowest prices ever. Go Talk USA even offers tax-free purchases in all US states other than California. You'll receive free shipping with today's order as well.
The device on sale today is unlocked and suitable for use on GSM carriers. That includes AT&T, T-Mobile, Mint Mobile, Lyca Mobile and other GSM MVNOs. If you're not currently with a carrier, Go Talk USA has an option on the KEY2's product page which allows you to add a plan with today's purchase; you can even choose a 3-month Mint Mobile prepaid data plan for free so your phone will be able to make calls and texts once it arrives at your home.
BlackBerry KEY2 unlocked Android smartphone
Forget what you think you know about BlackBerry phones. The new KEY2 runs Android, retains the iconic BlackBerry keyboard, and can download all the latest apps. This model is unlocked and usable on GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile.
$679.00 $150 off
Over at CrackBerry, the device earned the site's The Best badge and a review that remarks "the KEY2 improves upon the KEYone base with updated internals for better performance, enhancements to the camera, and a more comfortable keyboard that packs new tricks with the introduction of the all-new Speed Key." You can read about some of the other opinions on the KEY2 here at Android Central.
The KEY2 smartphone uses a redesigned smart keyboard with touch navigation and flick typing for faster predictive text. It has an alluminum alloy frame, textured diamond grip on the back, and an impact-resistant frame. The 4.5-inch touchscreen uses Gorilla Glass for durability. The internals include a 3500mAh battery, 6GB RAM, microSD support up to 256GB, and Quick Charge 3.0. It has a Snapdragon 660 processor, Android 8.1 Oreo operating system, two 12MP cameras on the front and back, 4K video recording, and more. It's easy to upgrade it to the latest version of Android, too.