Meet the new BlackBerry Key2 LE, which comes in not-very-fruity flavors -- slate, champagne and atomic.
The BlackBerry Key2 LE will be available in the US and UK in September with a starting price of $399 (£349) for the 32GB version, and $449 (£399) for the 64GB model. It will also be sold in France, UAE, Germany and Canada. There's no word on Australian availability and pricing.
The Key2 LE has a lightweight polycarbonate frame and a soft-textured back for better grip.
There's a Type-C USB port.
The Key2 LE has a midrange Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor and a middling 4GB of RAM.
The phone's 4.5-inch display may not be the biggest around, and it has just a 1,620x1,080-pixel resolution. But there's a reason for this tiny screen...
...like most BlackBerry phones, there's a keyboard.
The phones' colors are more obvious from the sides.
If you must have a keyboard to type on, then you'll probably want the Key2 LE and its 35 physical keys (with 34 of them backlit to boot).
The rear dual 13- and 5-megapixel cameras will help you get that perfect shot.
There's also dual-tone LED flash for more natural-looking flash pictures.
The keyboard takes up significant real estate on the front.
The phone runs on a 3,000-mAh battery and features Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 tech for fast charging.
The familiar BlackBerry logo will take you back to the good ol' days.
The Key2 LE runs Android 8.1 Oreo.
The phone is just 8.35mm (0.33 inches) thick.