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Updated: Mar 18
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BlackBerry Key2 Review
Created by a company with tradition in mechanical keyboards, security, and well-built devices, the BlackBerry Key2 is the type of phone which can impress security experts with ease. The device is an updated version from its predecessor – KEYone, which it is set to replace. The new device is slightly thinner, smaller, and narrower than the old one, but it is secure as they come. BlackBerry Key2 comes standard with an Android 8.1 and also has Google Assistant. Aside from the usual Android, however, the device has several apps that are installed by BlackBerry and they are focused on securing different aspects of the phone.
BlackBerry KEY2’s Specs
The Android 8.1 Oreo is the standard operating system and it runs smoothly on a 4.5-inch 1620×1080 IPS LCD display with a rather unique 3:2 aspect ratio. The reason for that is the mechanical keyboard, which is the main idea why you would get a BlackBerry as your secure phone over another device. Furthermore, the smaller display allows for a longer battery life of the 3500 mAh non-removable battery the device has. When it comes down to the power of the KEY2, you are covered with one of the best CPUs in the business – Snapdragon 660, which is Octa-Core and clocked at 2.2 GHz on its first 4 cores and on 1.8 GHz on its other 2 cores. The graphics processor of the BlackBerry is Adreno 512 GPU. For the storage, you have two 64 GB versions and one 128 GB version that is available only in black color. The device can expand storage up to 256GB however, so we would suggest that you go for the cheaper 64 GB version that has more color choices available as well. The Dual Camera, which is dual 12 MP shooters also has dual-tone LED flashes, supports HDR and 4K video recording at 30 FPS, and has Scanning and Private Capture features – quite an impressive device. For the front camera, you have 8MP Fixed Focus and a flash for selfies with a 1080p video as well. For connectivity, you have a wide range of technologies, such as OTG, USB-C, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, 5GHz Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, Beidou, Galileo, OTDOA, and even an FM Radio. The dimensions of the Blackberry KEY2 are 151.4mm by 71.8 mm and it is only 8.5 mm thick.
BlackBerry KEY2’s Privacy
To address Privacy concerns, BlackBerry has added Firefox Focus, which is Mozilla’s privacy browser that blocks trackers and deletes the browsing session of users after they have used their browser. In addition to this, like most BlackBerry devices, the KEY2 also has the latest DTEK version, which is BlackBerry’s security toolbox to keep the device safe. DTEK essentially lets users see in real-time which apps are using what features on their BlackBerry to access their private information. Some apps might access certain device technologies, like camera, microphone, and other features to work properly, but other apps might access features that do not require them to work at all, meaning that they are privacy-invasive. DTEK makes sure to monitor those apps each time they use your features, so DTEK monitors apps when they:
Take a picture or record a video.
Access your calendar.
Read, create, edit and delete a contact.
Send a text message or an MMS from your phone.
Turn the microphone on or off.
Access your contacts.
Furthermore, with DTEK, you can also set the app to be stepped from running and uninstall it or to set up notifications on each app you want to keep an eye on. This is particularly useful for users who are very social, use a lot of apps, but also want to stay safe.
BlackBerry Key2’s Security
When it comes to security, DTEK also has it covered. The app evaluates your security technologies in order to report your security level to you and advise you where you can improve. It monitors screen locking, factory reset defenses, remote device security, and most of the security-related features in general. Based on that you receive either poor, average, or good security ratings with recommendations on how you can improve your settings. This is very good for users who are not experts on security but want to learn “on the go”, since the device not only adjusts the security for you but also shows you what you can change to better your security behavior. Quite smart. Generally, DTEK presents three security levels for the user:
Good – your device is at low-security risk.
Fair – your device has a medium security risk. Tap the warning icon to improve.
Bad – Your device is at a high-security risk – tap the warning to learn how to improve.