The Indian model is called the BlackBerry KeyOne Limited Edition Black, and it’s built and distributed by Optiemus. But while the TCL version of the phone has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, the version launching in India has 4GB of memory and 64GB of storage. Both versions feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 octa-core processors, microSD card slots, USB 3.1 Type-C ports, and Android 7.1 software (with a suite of BlackBerry apps pre-installed, of course). The BlackBerry KeyOne Limited Edition Black smartphone is priced at about $625 in India, where it should be available starting August 8th. Read More This looks like a good phone for users who need a keyboard. India is one of the top IT computer technical support outsourcing, and countries in the world, and the Blackberry KeyOne main user are tech and office workers, and government. There are also a lot of tech savvy users in India who want a faster phone. Indian tech workers at IT/information Technology help desk and call centers may need a faster smartphone with more storage if they use their phones for taking calls, and using system utility apps to trouble shoot and fix tech problems related to servers, websites, and desktop computers.