TCL’s BlackBerry Mobile division will soon be rolling out a new handset. This handset is the successor to the BlackBerry KeyOne and the company has already confirmed that the device will be called the BlackBerry Key2. A new teaser video has been released by the company which confirms reports that this will be the first BlackBerry-branded device with a dual camera system at the back. It also gives us a glimpse of a new mystery button on the full QWERTY keyboard.

TCL had already made a few BlackBerry-branded devices but the initial handsets were merely rebadged versions of existing Alcatel smartphones. The KeyOne was the first proper handset yielded by this partnership and fans will be interested to see how the company takes things forward with its successor.

The teaser video that BlackBerry Mobile has released online confirms reports that the Key2 is going to be the first BlackBerry-branded device with a dual camera. No technical details about the dual camera system at available at this point in time, though, so it’s unclear if the secondary lens is telephoto or wide-angle.

We also get a glimpse of the physical QWERTY keyboard with a new button that has never been seen before on such a device. The button even glows at the end of the video so this will be one to watch out for when the company officially unveils the Key2 come June 7th.

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