BlackBerry will release BB Motion for US markets on January 12

BlackBerry Motion will go on sale in the US markets on January 12
If you are a BlackBerry fanboy living in the United States, then you’re in for some luck.

TCL, in October 2017, launched an Android phone dubbed BlackBerry Motion that no one really asked for. For some reason, the firm thought it would be a good idea to release the device in limited markets. As a result, the phone didn’t make it to the US markets, thus disappointing the BB fans in the country.

However, the BlackBerry-brander phone maker today announced that they will start selling their latest mid-range offering BlackBerry Motion in the United States on January 12. The device is currently available in a few markets across the globe including the UK, Middle East, the Netherlands, Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.

As for the specs, the BlackBerry Motion features 5.5-inch FullHD display, 4GB RAM, and 32GB storage. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor and runs Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box.

In terms of optics, the Motion comes with a 12MP shooter on the rear and an 8MP snapper on the front. Besides that, it is backed by a massive 4000mAh battery that supports QC 3.0 fast charging.

As for the pricing, the new BlackBerry phone will set you back $450 in the United States.

Source: GSMArena

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BlackBerry will release BB Motion for US markets on January 12 was last modified: June 26th, 2018 by Abhin Mahipal

Abhin Mahipal

Abhin’s love for all things tech started when he got his first smartphone, Galaxy S (the first), in 2010. Since then, he has been crazy about technology and tried out all major Android flagships from Samsung, and HTC. However, he currently uses a OnePlus 5 as his daily driver.