BlackBerry Motion ….
Recently, the leaked image of this much anticipated Android smartphone surfaced online which we also posted here but we are glad to announce the official launch of Blackberry Motion, a mid range Android smartphone from Chinese phone maker TCL.
Though we already have an idea of what the device looks like from the leaked image that surfaced online this past week but we can now authenticate some of its key specs.
The Blackberry Motion Android smartphone was unveiled over the weekend at Technology Week conference in Dubai, the device will be available first in Middle Eastern markets like UAE and Saudi Arabia.
According to AndroidCentral, the BlackBerry Motion will be priced at about $460 which would be around #170,000 in Nigeria.
The BlackBerry Motion, according to Blackberry, boasts of several unique features like “Smart Convenience Key” feature which would allow customers to instantly bring up apps and functions that they “most often” use based on where they are and what they are up to.
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KEY FEATURES OF THE BLACKBERRY MOTION
The BlackBerry Motion which is similar to the KEYOne smartphone that was launched earlier this year boasts of these key features:
— 5.5-inch HD (720X1280 pixels) display
— DragonTrail Glass protection
— A dual-SiIM
— Android 7.1.1 Nougat Os version
— Physical home button below the display
— Snapdragon 625 SoC processor
— 4GB RAM
— 32GB inbuilt storage expandable to whooping 2TB via microSD card 😨🙊💪
— 4000mAh non-removable battery
— Supports Quick Charge 3.0
— USB Type-C port
— 12-megapixel rear camera with a f/2.0 aperture,
— Dual-tone LED flash capability
— An 8-megapixel front facing camera with Selfie flash feature.
— Has a fingerprint scanner on the front side
The BlackBerry Motion also features a range of security suites that smartphones from the iconic Canadian company have grown known for. There’s DTEK security suite feature on the device, and it also features support for FIPS 140-2 Full Disk Encryption, Android For Work, and Google Play for Work features.
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