The Motion - formerly known as the "Krypton" - is TCL's latest BlackBerry gadget since acquiring the early noughties smartphone giant. The smartphone is rumored to run on Qualcomm 625, like all government employees from Xiaomi, and it'll have a battery capacity of 4000 mAh, 64 GB of internal memory and a housing with protection against water according to IP67 standard. Further, the home button is visible with the embedded BlackBerry logo.
During the IFA 2017, TCL that owns BlackBerry Mobile confirmed that it would be releasing a new all-touch phone with a large-sized battery and a durable body in October. A posting from serial leaker Evan Blass has revealed the BlackBerry Motion. On the display front, the handset is expected to be full HD. In this case, the BlackBerry Motion is not a flagship device, but does have a premium look to it.
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The only detail confirmed by Mr Mahieu is that the smartphone will be water resistant, which he told Engadget.
The BlackBerry Motion is rumoured to have a release date this month. Also, a dual-SIM version would be made available in a few markets like China. Since BlackBerry has proved to be quite punctual with Android updates in the recent past, we are expecting the Motion to launch with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. Other than that, there's not much else known about its specs. We have seen an alleged image of its rear panel a couple of weeks ago, showing a brushed aluminum metal bar on the top of the device with a relatively small camera sensor component on it.