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BlackBerry KEY2 is 'the most secure Android smartphone'

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There was once a time where most smartphones had hardware keyboards. There were BlackBerry and Palm Treo devices that were an absolutely joy to type on. Apple's iPhone wasn't the first smartphone to forgo a physical keyboard entirely, but it is responsible for popularizing it. As a result, Palm and BlackBerry lost almost all of their marketshare, ultimately becoming a footnote in smartphone history. And now, most smartphones are touchscreen-only for typing. While BlackBerry no longer makes smartphones, it does license its name to a company called TCL which makes Android devices that carry the branding -- and sometimes, a… [Continue Reading]

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