Now the famous leakster Evan Blass has come up with a new device from BlackBerry. It will (presumably) have waterproofing, a large display and all the hallmarks of previous TCL-build Blackberry devices - sans the QWERTY keyboard. Below the screen there's a physical home button with a Blackberry logo while above the screen you have the usual set of speaker grille, front-facing camera and proximity/ambient light sensors.
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.
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BlackBerry has recently collaborated with the Chinese tech firm TCL and thus the BlackBerry Motion will be designed and manufactured by TCL. Also, BlackBerry Motion is supposed to be water resistant and be powered by a generous 4,000 mAh battery. In this case, the BlackBerry Motion is not a flagship device, but does have a premium look to it.
A well-respected leaker has posted a photo of what he calls the "BlackBerry Motion" smartphone.
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On the right side is the volume rocker below which is the power button. He was also quoted as saying the phone will pack 26 hours of battery life on moderate to heavy usage.
The display will be coming with Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) display. A report in August said that BlackBerry will launch a full-touchscreen smartphone this month.
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