BlackBerry Motion, BlackBerry's Upcoming All-touchscreen Phone Image leaks

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BlackBerry's getting ready to launch a new smartphone called the Motion, taking a break from the physical keyboard-sporting KEYone to launch a device that's all-screen.

The BlackBerry Motion is reportedly the BlackBerry Krypton which has been speculated for long. There's also what appears to be a physical home button in the enormous bezel under the display.

Following suit, the BlackBerry Motion is reported to rock the humble Snapdragon 625 chipset with 4GB RAM and 4000 mAh worth of battery. The BlackBerry Motion's metal-and-glass casing is reportedly IP67 certified to withstand up to three-and-a-half-feet of water for 30 minutes. If the date of the announcement is correct, then we will see BlackBerry Motion the coming weeks. While the bezel at the top and sides seem normal for a BlackBerry device, the bottom bezel seems abnormally large.

BlackBerry's recently launched KeyOne was the most distinctive looking smartphone off late. The Blackberry KeyOne launched in the first half of 2017 came with a 4.5-inch display offering 3:2 aspect ratio.

Nothing is concrete until BlackBerry makes an official announcement.

TCL is also rumored to be working on another smartphone is allegedly codenamed as BlackBerry Juno. But the company still has one more device up its sleeve, and it could be another solid smartphone. The home button may double up as a fingerprint sensor. Moreover, the upcoming smartphone is expected to back by a 4000mAh battery with 26 hours of battery life. So, we suggest you take this report with a pinch of salt. Since this is a BlackBerry device, however, look for it to come with some of that company's software, including BBM, as well as robuts security features that business users will appreciate.