New Blackberry Key3 5G: Its been a while you might have seen a blackberry device. At least a working blackberry device owned by someone. Google Android and Apple iPhone kinda pushed these devices aside. If you have missed blackberry phones, we have some good news for you.

There have been rumors that a 5G enabled Blackberry device is en-route and it seems few months from now you might own one. We are calling it the Blackberry Key3 5G.

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Thanks to @ohi_tech and @Maii_HD, we have first look of video and photos of what the new blackberry cell phone might look like.

Rumor Specifications of New Blackberry Key3 5G

Display: It will come with part screen and part button. According to the concept design, there is a qwerty keyboard below the touchscreen. See the picture below. The display is also expected to come with 90Hz or 120Hz refresh rate and is expected to be protected by corning gorilla glass screen.

Blackberry Key3 5G

Operating System: The device is expected to run Android OS. Apple won’t share its OS with anyone else, the Huawei HarmonyOS is yet to be fully ready and Blackberry OS is kinda out of market. So it only make sense if it runs the open source Android.

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Chipset: There is likely going to be a Qualcomm 5G chipset installed. You might see a Snapdragon 865 or the Snapdragon 765G.

RAM and Internal Storage: We don’t know how many models will be released just yet, but you should expect to see a minimum of 4GB RAM and a minimum of 126GB internal storage.

Blackberry Key3 5G

Camera: Its coming with triple rear camera and it should be able to compete with the likes of iPhone and Samsung camera if it will be accepted by the public.

Other features of the new blackberry key3 5G includes, 5G network, 3.5MM jack, USB type-C and a punch hole that houses the front camera.

What do you think about this new Blackberry device. Have you missed using the Qwerty keyboard? or you prefer the screen touch keyboard? Tell us via your comment below.


  1. I currently use a KeyTwo and a KeyOne as a work phone. Looking forward to the Key3. There is nothing as good as a physical keyboard.

  2. My favorite is the Priv! You get the best of both worlds: a physical keyboard and a big touch screen!!! Hope they come out with a Priv style!!! I love my BlackBerry!!! It would be great if they included the BlackBerry Operating system as well! Even though the Android integration works, the BlackBerry Operating system was amazing and nothing is quite as good.

  3. My Priv battery died in January. Best phone I ever had. Replaced it with a Samsung S20+ 5G phone. The phone’s focus is the promotion of Google/ Samsung technology so they can mine personal data.


    Would love to see the new BB 5G follow the Priv style.

  4. Have had many bb devices since bold 9000.
    Still have a keyone & key2 Le.
    Would love to see the passport 2 with bb ui & android.
    Imo it will have snapdragon 888.
    Hopefully it launches very soon as I really need to replace my keyone.

    1. I’ve had my Key2 since 2018, and it is my 4th BlackBerry — I’m waiting anxiously for the Key3 to arrive. The physical keyboard aside (a huge selling point for me) I’ve never had a security issue with a BlackBerry.

      I do wish the Key3 wasn’t built in Communist Red China, and look forward to the day when manufacturing is returned to the Free World.

  5. Hope all the specification talk is right.
    BB OS is dead and buried – get over it. Not enough people wanted it to make it commercially viable- end of.

    I just wish OM would engage more with the user base.

  6. The world simply needs at least a mobile device with a physical keyboard for all those remaining enthusiasts who still care about spelling and forms of expression and who are not willing to give in to the general trend towards the impoverishment and neglect of words and writing!

  7. I can’t wait for the new Blackberry. Still have the Key2 and love it, besides the camera it’s a great phone.

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