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But in a world where consumers are gravitating to big phones with bigger screens, it's been a tough slog for Black Berry phones.Even TCL executives would concede getting on more carriers like Verizon has taken longer than they would have liked.Verizon gravitated toward the more low-cost Key 2 LE, which is the first phone on Verizon to offer a dual-SIM setup."We are excited to add the Black Berry KEY2 LE to Verizon's portfolio of leading-edge smartphones for our business customers," said James Hammond, director of business devices at Verizon.Verizon, however, will only sell the phone through its Enterprise program, which means consumers won't see it at Verizon retail stores or at Best Buy."Clearly it's something that's overdue, but it's happening," Mahieu said in an interview at a MGM Grand conference room on Sunday ahead of CES 2019.After pushing a premium product with the original Key One and Key2, which priced last year at 9, its Key2 LE went on sale for 9.Much like Sprint, Verizon hasn't released Android Oreo for the Black Berry KEYone, but they have continued to push out security updates for owners.
TCL has been on a mission to revive the brand by offering one of the few smartphones in the market with a physical keyboard.
Under TCL, Black Berry launched with the Key One at Mobile World Congress in early 2017.