BlackBerry showcased its KeyOne smartphone in the recent Mobile World Congress 2017 event held in Barcelona. The company made the smartphone official last month as well. And now, the new BlackBerry KeyOne has been approved by Federal Communications Commission and has been provided with the FCC certificate. Let us first have a look at the specs of the smartphone.
The BlackBerry KeyOne has the latest Android 7.1 Nougat update. This indicates that there is no need of externally upgrading the OS of the smartphone. The smartphone will already have the latest features preloaded in it. Moreover, the phone has a 4.5-inch IPS LCD display with full-HD screen and a resolution of 1080 x 1620. It also has a protection of Gorilla Glass 4. The smartphone has a screen ratio of 55.6% and a pixel density of 434 ppi.
Adding to the list of features, the smartphone has an octa-core Qualcomm MSM8953 Snapdragon 625 processor. The phone also has a 3 GB of RAM and a GPU chip set of Adreno 506. In the imaging duties, the phone has a 12 MP of rear camera with f/2.0 aperture and an 8 MP front camera with 1.12 µm pixel size.
The device also has an internal storage of 32 GB. This storage can be expanded up to 256 GB with the help of external MicroSD card. Moving towards the battery, the phone has a 3,505mAh of battery that is capable to give 35 days of standby time and 19 hours of talktime along with 24 hours of music playtime.
The Federal Communications Commission approval is given to those devices passing the tests that are conducted to keep the humans safe from harmful radiations by the device to avoid any further health-related issues. Well, it seems that KeyOne has come up with flying colors.