Two new Blackberry devices have been seen on Geekbench. One is listed as the BlackBerry BBE100-2 while the other is just “BlackBerry”. Some sources say they are two variants of the BlackBerry KEY² but the model number of the former doesn’t match those of the KEY² we have seen.
The KEY² on TENAA has model number BBF100-4, the ones seen on the Bluetooth certification site are BBF100-1, BBF100-2, and BBF100-6, and the one that got WiFi certified has model number BBF100-6.
The BlackBerry BBE100-2 runs Android 8.1 Oreo. it is powered by the Snapdragon 660 mobile platform and has 4GB of RAM. Its benchmark scores are 1335 and 4948 respectively.
The second device is also powered by the Snapdragon 660, runs Android 8.1 too, but has 6GB of RAM. Surprisingly, its scores are slightly lower at 1291 and 4838 for the single-core and multi-core test respectively.
The BlackBerry KEY² has been reported to come with the Snapdragon 660 processor, so it is understandable why some think both these devices are different RAM variants of the KEY².
However, the fact that the model number of one of them doesn’t match other listings is of concern, hence our refusal to refer to them as the KEY².