BlackBerry 'Krypton' Motion shows up in leaked images

BlackBerry 'Krypton' Motion shows up in leaked images

BlackBerry 'Krypton' Motion shows up in leaked images

Earlier this year, the Canadian company had announced that they would be withdrawing from the smartphone manufacturing business, instead letting TCL make the phones running, BlackBerry software. Well, according to the latest information coming in, it turns out that Krypton is just a codename and the phone is actually called BlackBerry Motion, and, we are having our best look yet at it today through a leaked render. Trusted tipster Evan Blass leaked the first image of the upcoming device. The home button will possibly house the fingerprint reader, too. Speculations have it that the BlackBerry Motion would be coming with an IP67 rated chassis. The company is calling its operating system BlackBerry Secure, which will come with all security features that are available with a BlackBerry-branded smartphone. However, a new report coming from a reliable source suggests BlackBerry Motion will be launched in the United States. The phone is reported to sport a Full HD display, though the screen size is relatively not known at the moment. The right panel would feature three physical buttons for power, volume and other functions like playing music or opening an app directly.

Loud speaker openings can be spotted at the bottom border that also harbors the USB port and audio jack. On the battery front, the phone will pack a decent 4000 mAh.

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BlackBerry Motion - previously known as Krypton, already has the WiFi and Bluetooth certification. 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.

The last smartphone that Canada based BlackBerry announced was the BlackBerry Aurora, in late March.

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