What the Critics Are Saying...
- Joe Rice-Jones, KnowTechie
At around the $400 mark, the BlackBerry Key2 LE is a tough sell – unless you need that keyboard. That might have been different a month or so ago, but with the Pixel 3a taking names in the midrange bracket, any other mobile phone has turned into an also-ran. If you’re still deep in the BlackBerry ec...
- Adam Patrick Murray, PCWorld
BlackBerry is trying to keep the experience similar across the different price points, and at $250 cheaper the Key2 LE doesn’t cut as many corners as I thought it would. Unfortunately the cut corners were in processing power, which did affect my day-to-day usage.
- Alex Hernandez, Techaeris
I don’t hate the phone, but I didn’t find the physical keyboard experience as good as I thought it would have been. This may be entirely different for you and you might actually love it. The best I can say is, buy it and try it. It’s a fine mid-range device, but it’s my opinion that physical keyboar...
- Williams Pelegrin, Android Authority
However, it’s not the mainstream that BlackBerry is after — it’s those in the enterprise who don’t want to spend an exorbitant amount of money on a phone strictly used for business. For those people, the Key2 LE will not disappoint. For everyone else, the Key2 LE isn’t a great value proposition. Whe...
- Jason Million, G Style Magazine
Going from the KEY2 to the KEY2 LE resulted in mixed results. The LE is suited for those that want a KEY2 but not pay the $649.99 price tag so of course you are compromising with a lower processor that can affect performance, no capacitive keyboard and significant change in build quality. On the plu...
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