BlackBerry Mobile unveiled two versions of the KEY2 this year, one of which was aimed a bit more towards the budget crowd. It's normally priced at $450, but right now you can pick one up for $399.99, which marks the lowest price we've ever seen on it. One of the "key" selling features of this device is that it comes in a variety of colors, but right now only the Slate option is available at a discount at Amazon. Best Buy has the Atomic Red variant on sale for $450, if you want a little color in your life.
It features a 4.5-inch display, 13MP camera on the back, runs Android 8.1 and boasts an insane 22 hours of battery life per charge. If you've been missing out a bit on the physical keyboard life, this is a great way to get back to it and save a bit in the process.
Be sure to check out CrackBerry's initial hands-on with the KEY2 LE and grab one for yourself!
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