BlackBerry is preparing to release its second all-touchscreen smartphone. After releasing the DTEK50 last year, the company is getting ready to release the BlackBerry Krypton.
Now, Evan Blass has leaked the first image of the upcoming device.
Rumors say it’ll have a 1080p display, a midrange Snapdragon processor, and a 4000mAh battery, but there’s no guarantee around any of that. The device has made its way through the FCC already, so it won’t be too much longer before we find out what Krypton is really made of.
In terms of its look, the BlackBerry Motion doesn’t fall in line with the current beze free trend. It also contains a home button with an embedded BlackBerry logo. And, there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack. The Motion will carry the robust security software that BlackBerry prides itself on, and apparently boasts a mammoth 26-hour battery life. Details on its full list of specs, however, are still scarce.
The handset is rumored to arrive this month. Although, if past examples like the BlackBerry KeyOne Black edition are any indication, TCL could be releasing the Motion in some markets first before bringing it worldwide.