It was previously reported that Blackberry is working on a touchscreen smartphone with water resistant capabilities. The Snapdragon 625 chipset along with 4 GB of RAM is pegged to power the BlackBerry Motion. A few other details can be identified, including a USB Type-C port, headphone jack (yey!), and what looks like a bottom firing speaker.
While the top bezel holds the earpiece, front camera, and a bunch of sensors, the big bottom bezel only sports a physical home button that might also come with an integrated fingerprint sensor. The Chinese conglomerate had in fact recently revealed that it would release a full touchscreen device with water resistance sometime in October. The BlackBerry Motion will house a giant 4000mAh battery for 26 hours of continuous backup. Combining all that what we know so far with the most secure mobile hardware, enterprise-friendly software found on any BlackBerry device, the Motion could be the ideal device for business-minded people. On the display front, the handset is expected to be full HD.
We now have an clear quality press render of what was widely believed as the BlackBerry Krypton. Yet in terms of BlackBerry Motion very reminiscent of the last GooglePixel 2, which was submitted two days ago. There was the modest Aurora (sans keyboard), specifically for the Indonesian market, and then there was the flagship KEYone, which was supposed to invoke memories of BlackBerry roots with its physical keyboard. Fanboys wanted a Black edition for a long time, and it seems like the company has just chose to fulfill their wish.
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