So says notorious tipster Evan Blass, who this week took to Twitter to post an image of what he says is the BlackBerry "Motion" - a phone that the rumour mill had previously been calling the BlackBerry Krypton. However, some rumors are claiming that the device will come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chipset which is quite low.
"It has standard 3.5mm audio jack port, too."". Also, the BlackBerry logo would be embedded on the fingerprint scanner.
Separately, a report from Engadget states that the phone would get the IP67 rating and the battery will run for almost 26 hours "mixed use". Until then, sit tight and let us know what name do you like the most "Krypton" or "Motion", in the comments section below. On the battery front, the phone will pack a decent 4000 mAh.
We will definitely keep you updated about the " BlackBerry Motion" as soon as we have any official news from the manufacturer.
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There's a display of unknown size which is said to have Full-HD resolution. The handset is expected to release with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.
The BlackBerry Motion is rumoured to have a release date this month. However, Quandt has revealed that it will be available through AT&T, Verizon and Sprint are likely to carry it in the U.S. In some markets like China, TCL will be selling its dual-SIM variant.
Separately, inspired by the response to the KeyOne, TCL Communications has announced an all-new BlackBerry KeyOne Black Edition. 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. Other than that, there's not much else known about its specs.