BlackBerry is all set to launch its first keypad-less phone and we can't keep calm. The phone, Motion, is basically the amalgamation of BlackBerry's quality and Android's experience. We can even say that it is the best of both worlds indeed.
The Motion is going to launch in BlackBerry's home country, Canada on November 10 and people are pretty excited about it.
The phone will be available at all the outlets of SaskTel, Telus, Koodo, and Bell. We can almost expect the Motion to remain in stock for an adequate amount of time.
While SaskTel and Bell would sell this phone at a price of CAD 599, the other two will be making it available to you at a cost of CAD 509.
If you are thinking of buying the Motion phone on a two-year contract, you'll have to spend and amount of CAD 99.
Creating hype for an upcoming phone is a necessity in today's competition and BlackBerry has done well by making a television advertisement for its Android phone.
The tv ad is 30 seconds long and we can clearly see the Motion phone being called "unstoppable". While we'd like this word to apply to the Motion's performance, the company might want it to complement its sale.
Motion is an amazing phone with water and dust resistance and has been certified by IP67. The Snapdragon 625, 5.5" screen, an 8 Mp front camera sensor, 12 Mp rear camera, 32 GB inbuilt storage and 4 GB RAM, all come together to make it a phone worth looking forward to.
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The storage space can be expanded using a microSD card as well. The phone comes with a battery of 4,000mAh which will ensure its long-lasting performance. The Motion will run an Android 7.1 Nougat as well.
Are you excited for this phone to arrive in your country? Are you impressed with the specs of this upcoming phone by BlackBerry?
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