Highlights

  • BlackBerry Krypton leaked images show thick bezels
  • Another image of the smartphone was leaked by Evan Blass today
  • Powered by Snapdragon 625 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM

After the launch of BlackBerry DTEK50 last year, Blackberry is all set to launch another all-touch smartphone. There were rumors all across the web world that the upcoming device would be released by the name “Krypton”. However, earlier today well-known tech leaker Evan Blass tweeted that the next BlackBerry flagship smartphone will be released as BlackBerry Motion instead of “Krypton”.

Blackberry Motion
Photo Credit: Twitter/Evan Blass

We have been getting several rumors just after the IFA 2017 and a few weeks back there was an image leaked claiming to be the upcoming BlackBerry “Krypton” that revealed a smaller camera module and a polished metal bar at the top.

“Krypton” could be a code name for the upcoming smartphone for the developers and to be very frank, BlackBerry Motion sounds much cooler.

If we go by the earlier speculations, The BlackBerry Motion or Krypton will be an all-touch smartphone from the Chinese smartphone giant TCL as the company is planning to get rid of the physical keyboard and replace it with a 1920 X 1080 Full-HD display.

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The device will come with a fingerprint sensor at the bottom integrated into the BlackBerry Logo. We can expect the smartphone to be powered by a Snapdragon 625 processor and 4GB of RAM for amazing performance. The BlackBerry Motion will house a giant 4000mAh battery for 26 hours of continuous backup. The smartphone will be certified with IP67 dust and water resistance.

The BlackBerry Motion has cleared the FCC certification already and we can expect the device to be launched within the month of October. Just like always, the upcoming smartphone is expected to be very business-friendly and will target the business-oriented customers.

We will definitely keep you updated about the “ BlackBerry Motion” as soon as we have any official news from the manufacturer. Until then, sit tight and let us know what name do you like the most “Krypton” or “Motion”, in the comments section below.

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