BlackBerry announces an Android Oreo beta for the KEYone
An upgraded beta program is also launching.
The BlackBerry KEY2 is the best way to get your hardware keyboard fix in 2018, but if you’re still rocking a KEYone, it looks like you’ll soon be able to finally throw Oreo on it.
If you’re registered for the BlackBerry Beta Zone, you should be receiving an email soon that highlights a couple big changes.
First off, BlackBerry’s moving its beta testing program over to a new platform that’s hosted by Centercode.
Secondly, the email also announced the following:
We’re also happy to be starting an invitation-only beta program for Android Oreo on the BlackBerry KEYone. If you’re a KEYone user, make sure to visit the new community and complete your profile to secure an invite.
It’s interesting BlackBerry’s even bothering with a beta considering that the KEY2 ships with Oreo out of the box, but even so, at least there’s a way to upgrade the phone from the now stale-tasting Nougat.
Sign up for the beta and new community here
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