BlackBerry Motion Is Now Official with Android 7.1 and No Physical Keyboard

Reports suggest that the device will selling at a price of $460 and will be available first in the Middle East markets such as UAE and Saudi Arabia

BlackBerry Motion with 4000mAh battery launched

Last year, TCL signed a brand licensing deal with BlackBerry to use the company's name for new smartphones, while the Canadian firm focused on software. Like the greater part of the organization's marked handsets nowadays, the Motion is really made by Chinese organization TCL Communication. The event took place this Sunday in the Gulf Information Technology Exhibition, Dubai.

BlackBerry introduced the latest BlackBerry Motion smartphone, powered by Android operating system, yesterday.

BlackBerry Motion will be available for purchase this month later for a price of Dh 1,699 in the United Arab Emirates. BlackBerry Motion is the first dual SIM smartphone to be launched in the Middle East. Oh, and its IP67 water and dust resistance. For security, the company has tucked in a fingerprint sensor on the front panel. The DTEK security suite feature has been enabled on the device.

The Motion runs on Android 7.1 Nougat, while also featuring BlackBerry's standard security and privacy features.

There is a Home button just below the display.

The battery of smartphone is truly incredible. And, another feature users may like is that it features a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The screen has a full HD resolution, and the rear/front cameras are a 12-megapixel/8-megapixel combo. The rear camera is also capable of capturing 4K videos at 30fps.

Currently, no information is there about the BlackBerry's phone availability for the U.S. market or about its possible cost.

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