The latest BlackBerry phone brings back the physical keyboard – here’s what it can do

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While BlackBerry proper is no longer making its own hardware, BlackBerry phones aren’t dead for good.

TCL, the Chinese tech firm that picked up the branding rights to the once-leading smartphone maker last year, on Saturday unveiled the BlackBerry KeyOne, a device that aims to win over BlackBerry diehards by slapping the company’s trademark physical keyboard onto a modern Android phone.

We got a sneak peak at CES back when the device was going by its codename, “Mercury,” but TCL made the name, specs, and price official at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona this weekend.

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