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BlackBerry Motion image leaked; shows big screen and 3.5mm jack

07 October 2017, 12:16 | Eugene Bates

Blackberry Motion with FullView Display: Goodbye Krypton

BlackBerry's upcoming all-touchscreen phone has leaked

Fresh information that has been leaked by well-known tipster Evan Blass reveals that the upcoming Krypton phone may debut as BlackBerry Motion.

According to the various leaks, we know so far that the BlackBerry Motion will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor paired with 4BG RAM.

The leaked render also confirms the fact that the BlackBerry Motion will feature a USB Type-C port for charging and a much-appreciated 3.5mm audio jack at the bottom. In line with this, it is also rumoured that the BlackBerry Motion could ship with elements of Juno UX, a new experience that would allegedly bring a new file manager, a private folder along with a business card mode for the camera. Other rumours have mentioned that the phone will come with an IP67 rating and apparently, 26 hours of battery life.

Overall design on the alleged Blackberry Motion looks sturdy and quite impressive except for the large bottom and top bezels that seems to be taking us back in time.

The BlackBerry Motion will be designed and manufactured by the Chinese company TCL as per their agreement from 2016. The handset is said to pack a 4000mAh battery.

Krypton will a fullscreen display and no QWERTY keyboard, unlike the BlackBerry KEYone which came before it.

The only detail confirmed by Mr Mahieu is that the smartphone will be water resistant, which he told Engadget. On the right side, we see three physical buttons. The smartphone is unlikely to feature a physical keyboard. Yet in terms of BlackBerry Motion very reminiscent of the last Google Pixel 2, which was submitted two days ago. Fanboys wanted a Black edition for a long time, and it seems like the company has just made a decision to fulfill their wish.

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