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Cheapest BlackBerry Keyone Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 3,139.62

The BlackBerry Keyone is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest BlackBerry Keyone price in Hong Kong is HK$ 3,139.62 from Amazon. You can also choose between different BlackBerry Keyone variants with 64GB Black starting from HK$ 5,903.26. BlackBerry Keyone price details are updated February 2019.

BlackBerry Keyone Price Guide

Price List by Country for BlackBerry Keyone

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 3,139.62 HK$ 3,140.00
Indonesia IDR 2.987.898 HK$ 1,671.00
Malaysia MYR 1,230.00 HK$ 2,374.00
Philippines PHP 16,599.00 HK$ 2,508.00
Singapore SGD 439.90 HK$ 2,555.00
Thailand THB 10,999 HK$ 2,777.00

BlackBerry Keyone 格價表香港

Variants Price 商家
BlackBerry Keyone 64GB Black HK$ 5,903.26 Personal Digital
BlackBerry Keyone 32GB Black/Silver Offer unavailable

BlackBerry Keyone Specs

Screen Size 4.5"
Display Resolution 1080 x 1920pixels
Pixel Density 433ppi
Scratch Resistant Yes
Water Resistant Yes
Rear Camera Resolution 12MP
Dual camera No
Front Camera Resolution 8MP
Battery Capacity 3505mAh
Talk Time 14h
Processor Octa Core
Operating System Android
Weight 180g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 149.1 x 72.4 x 9.4mm
Body Material Metal
Expandable Memory Yes
Card Slot Yes
Release Year 2017
USB Connectors Type-C
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Waterproof No
Virtual Reality Capable No
Heart Rate Sensor No
LED Notification Light Yes
Face Recognition No
Iris Scanner No
Fingerprint Scanner Yes
FM Radio Yes
3D Touch No

Reviews of BlackBerry Keyone
Reviewed on 2018-09-26
BlackBerry KEYone Review: It keeps going, and going…
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Reviewed on 2018-02-15
Not sure if you all were aware that BlackBerry has returned. I know what you're thinking, a BlackBerry device in 2018? What for? Stick around and we'll tell you all about it. Well, the folks over at TCL is behind this device: the Blackberry KeyOne.The Key...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-24
Sexy, all-black look, Increased RAM, double the storage, Sturdy construction, Solid design, Physical keyboard adds much functionality, Plenty of productivity apps, Very customizable, especially with the BlackBerry Hub, Great battery life, Decent camera, F...
Shift and Alt keys reversed from typical keyboards, Convenience key can't be disabled, Doesn't seem to connect with fitness trackers
Wait, didn't you already review the BlackBerry KEYone at Techaeris? We sure did! Shortly after our review, however, TCL announced a new BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition (not to be confused with the TELUS exclusive Space Black Edition ). Not only does it fe...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-24
Real talk for a second? I love physical phone keyboards My first smartphone was a Treo 180, and even before that I had a thumbboard attachment for my Palm V I'm old, is what I'm saying I stayed with my Palm Pre way longer than I probably should have, just...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-01
Elegant looks and solid build, Tons of shortcuts and productivity features, Reasonable performance, good battery life
Not ideal for video watching, Pricey, Photos by Raj Rout, Top Alternatives, Facebook Comments, ShareTweet
Nokia made a re-entry into the smartphone segment very recently, but that's not the only iconic brand making a comeback… considering the device I now hold in my hand. Perhaps, the word ‘comeback' may not be apt to describe it, since BlackBerry has always...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-19
Sturdy construction, Solid design, Physical keyboard adds much functionality, Plenty of productivity apps, Very customizable, especially with the BlackBerry Hub, Great battery life, Decent camera, Fairly decent sound
Shift and Alt keys reversed from typical keyboards, Convenience key can't be disabled, Doesn't seem to connect with fitness trackers
At one time, Canada's RIM with their BlackBerry devices was the go to for smartphones for businesses and governments. One of the key features, of course, was the presence of the physical keyboard. Blackberry has had its ups and downs lately and have start...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-14
I never thought I would be using a BlackBerry in this day and age. But here we are, and I am using the BlackBerry KEYone in 2017. BlackBerry has a special place because it was the original phone to work and socialize. BBM was one of the main ways to commu...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-10
very versatile physical keyboard, bright display with good contrast, practical battery life, relatively precise GPS, good call quality, regular security updates, wide range of software and security measures, USB Type-C 3.1, stable case
comparatively expensive, mediocre performance, rather heavy and bulky, no World Phone, mediocre cameras, 12 months warranty only, energy-hungry in idle mode
Press me! TLC has presented a new BlackBerry smartphone with a physical keyboard: the KEYone. The new smartphone combines a 4.5-inch touchscreen with a touch-sensitive keyboard that can also be used as a trackpad...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-09
The moment I know all of you have been waiting for, our BlackBerry KEYone review is now up! If you caught last week's Droid Life Show, you'll know I have been using this device for the past week, attempting to fall back in love with physical QWERTY keyboa...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-08
Great battery life, Well-designed keyboard, Useful Android additions
Limited performance, Camera bettered by rivals, Dinky screen
BlackBerry KEYOne Review: BlackBerry's first smartphone of 2017 is a cunning blend of old and new. With its Android OS boosted by BlackBerry tweaks and features, as well as a physical QWERTY keyboard and capable 12-megapixel camera, this is one of the mos...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-31
Say what you want about BlackBerry, but she gets me! I am dubbing the Blackberry KeyOne a “she “because she's organized and understands me. It's like the phone version of the organized side of this Gemini. So who will buy it? Who will love it? Let's sta...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-17
Great build quality, Great in-hand feel, Camera performance exceeded expectations, Software optimized for practical communications, Lots and lots of keyboard shortcuts, Unreal battery life
Lacks stereo speakers, Software tends to stutter, Some variants are fingerprint magnets, Learning curve with the keyboard, Fingerprint scanner placement makes no logical sense, Specs are not on-par with the price
By now I think it's no secret that I've been using smartphones since their inception. I'd even rewind that statement another five years or so, as things really began with PDAs for me. Surely today I have the opportunity to discuss my opinion about them, b...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-15
BlackBerry's software makes work super efficient. Great security features. Nice build quality
Hardware keyboards are an old, outdated idea, and you don't want one. The keyboardfocused design ruins everything else about the phone
For the better part of a decade, there was nothing more impressive than owning a BlackBerry. Walking down the street, both hands on the soft-touch sides of the handset, thumbs flying around the keyboard as you plowed through emails, BBMs, and texts. You c...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-05
The KeyOne is a device from an alternative timeline where BlackBerry didn't completely whiff and miss the touchscreen revolution. In that parallel universe, Biff Tannen wasn't elected president and nobody forced devoted thumb-typers to abandon their belov...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-05
Solid, industrial design, Physical keyboard is intuitive and smart, Convenience key is. very convenient, Above average battery life, Reliable fast charging, Tons of useful software features, Expandable storage
Average rear-facing camera, Apps can be slow to launch, Graphic performance is disappointing, Bottom-firing speaker doesn't get very loud, 32 GB is the only storage option
BlackBerry has taken many different forms over the years, the most recent being an Android smartphone manufacturer. First came the BlackBerry PRIV, then the DTEK50 and DTEK60 later on in 2016. Now in 2017, the company is bringing something completely dif...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-05
The BlackBerry KEYone targets a very specific type of user: business folk who need a secure handset with powerful messaging features and prefer typing on real keys instead of glass. The KEYone purports to offer the best of both worlds: a big touchscreen a...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-04
Pardon me dear readers. Normally this space is reserved for missives to you, but I am positive you do not care about the BlackBerry KeyOne, a new phone from BlackBerry Mobile. Besides Kim Kardashian, very few people have cared about BlackBerry phones in r...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-04
Here's a surprise: BlackBerry is back with a new smartphone, and it's pretty good. I know, I know, you've heard this before. Several times over the last few years BlackBerry has tried to make a comeback and each time it's come to nothing, so what's diffe...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-04
BlackBerry fans will dig the keyboard, Respectable battery life, Solid mid-range performance, Has the best camera of any BlackBerry
The keyboard doesn't make sense for some, Camera sometimes struggles with exposure, Some annoying oversights in software
You've got to give BlackBerry credit for refusing to die. After the underwhelming launch and life of BB10, the company pledged allegiance to Android, whipped up a strangely cool slider phone, then farmed out production of all new BlackBerrys to external...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-04
"Real" hard keyboard, features focus on enterprise productivity, fast battery charging
Screen resolution is not as good as most highend phones, adequate performance
Here are some words I never thought I'd be writing again: There's a new phone from BlackBerry that you might be interested in. This time, it's called the KEYone. It's not that I'm biased against BlackBerry. I strapped the first one to my hip when it cam...
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