A new device with a model number ‘Qualcomm BBF100-1’ has surfaced on the popular benchmarking app GeekBench. If tech enthusiasts are to be believed, ‘BB’ in its model name denote a Blackberry device. And considering that the recently launched BlackBerry KeyOne carried a model number ‘BBB100-X’, the theories surrounding the KeyTwo do not seem too far-fetched.
The GeekBench results suggest this smartphone would be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 660 chipset. It is a 64-Bit octa-core processor coupled with a 6 GB RAM. In retrospect, the BlackBerry KeyOne features Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 625. The Snapdragon 660, expected in the KeyTwo, is the most powerful and efficient SoC (System on Chip) in Qualcomm’s 600-tier architecture. It promises 30 percent higher graphics performance with Adreno 512 GPU and twice the LTE and Wi-Fi downlink speeds compared to previous generations. Benchmark results speak for itself as it scored a handsome 1532 (Single-Core) and 4185 (Multi-Core). If and when it launches, the KeyTwo would be a definitive upgrade for BlackBerry fans.