The mobile industry was incredibly surprised when it was revealed that there would be a physical keyboard on the BlackBerry KeyOne. But it was even more surprised when the KeyOne became a decent hit for TCL (the company which owns the BlackBerry mobile brand) and resulted in a recently-launched follow-up with the BlackBerry Key2.

If you want a phone with a physical keyboard but don’t want to shell out for the latest-and-greatest Key2 (or even the Key2 LE), Amazon is running a BlackBerry KeyOne deal right now that gets you an unlocked model for only $350 with free Prime shipping.

The BlackBerry KeyOne launched at $550 and dropped down to $400 with the release of the Key2, so the $350 price is $50 cheaper than the already-reduced price. The price applies to both the GSM (read: T-Mobile and AT&T) and the CDMA (read: Verizon and Sprint) versions. Be sure to get the correct version for your carrier!

The BlackBerry KeyOne features a physical keyboard with a fingerprint scanner built into the space bar at the bottom. It has a 4.5-inch display, an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 3,505mAh battery. The KeyOne will likely ship to you with Android Nougat pre-installed, but an Android Oreo update is likely right around the corner.

Click below to take advantage of this BlackBerry KeyOne deal — just make sure to hit the right button for your carrier!

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