BlackBerry announced that there's a new flagship smartphone on the way, the "Motion," and this time it won't include one of its signature physical keyboards. The Motion follows the Priv and the KeyOne: It runs a mostly stock versionShow More Summary
The new BlackBerry Motion is effectively the last Blackberry KeyOne just without the keyboard and some minor changes. The software is still similar with some changes on the out. The device was showcased at the GITEX Tech Week in Dubai. The...Show More Summary
TCL today announced the BlackBerry Motion, a follow-up to the KEYone that drops the keyboard in favor of a larger touch screen. The Motion boasts a 5.5-inch full HD screen that's covered in a nano-diamond coating to prevent scratches. Show More Summary
BlackBerry has announced its keyboard-less alternative to the BlackBerry KEYone with the all-new BlackBerry Motion.
It's official: The BlackBerry KEYone has a followup. BlackBerry Motion, launched Sunday at the GITEX event in Dubai, is a mid-range, 5.5-inch smartphone with no physical keyboard, a large 4,000mAh battery and IP67 water and dust resistance. SEE...Show More Summary
That didn't take long -- mere days after images emerged, BlackBerry has launched the Motion. As expected, it's effectively a KEYone without the keyboard... and a couple of extra perks. You're still looking at a mid-range device withShow More Summary
What's inside the BlackBerry Motion? There's a new BlackBerry coming to town, the Motion, and while it's not quite as noteworthy as the return-of-the-keyboard KEYone, it's a nice mid-range handset with some interesting features. With...Show More Summary
BlackBerry Mobile has a new phone and it looks a lot like the KEYone, but without its most important feature. It's been an open secret that TCL, the company behind the newly-revived BlackBerry handset brand, has been working on another device for a fall launch. Show More Summary
BlackBerry's decision to embrace Android may not restore the brand to its former glory, but it's been a promising start. We were impressed with its latest phone, the KeyOne, which catered to classicists with its hardware keyboard. But,...Show More Summary
Love physical keyboards but don't live in the US? You can now grab the BlackBerry KEYone with the QWERTY, QWERTZ or AZERTY keyboard layout.
It's now easier to get a KEYone with custom keyboard layouts! As the BlackBerry KEYone continues to be released into new markets, the folks at BlackBerry Mobile have now officially opened up its online shop in Europe. Customers looking...Show More Summary
The definitive version of BlackBerry’s 2017 flagship smartphone doesn’t just have an all-black exterior. Its RAM has been upgraded from 3GB in the standard version to 4GB, and its storage from 32GB to 64GB. The upgrade makes for a snappier and more reliable device.
The standard KeyOne model launched just a few months ago and arrived on AT&T this month, but BlackBerry already has a new version.
TCL's BlackBerry Mobile imprint has introduced a revamped BlackBerry KEYone smartphone at IFA trade show last week. The new KEYone Black Edition comes in all-black chassis and has more DRAM and storage space than the original KEYone model introduced at MWC earlier this year. Show More Summary
The BlackBerry KeyOne Black Edition comes with an attractive matte black finish and beefed-up specs for international users.
The upgraded handset will arrive with more RAM and internal storage space, as well as a new lick of paint.
When the BlackBerry KEYone was first released, it was a black-and-silver handset that stood out not only for its color scheme, but also because of that physical keyboard and stock Android experience. Now it looks like BlackBerry and TCL have decided to black things out. Following the reveal of a have we [...]
The KeyOne Black Edition is mostly identical to the existing phone, but beefs up the memory and storage. A new phone is coming in October.
The black BlackBerry is going global. BlackBerry KEYone sales have turned out to be surprisingly strong, and to give them an extra little boost BlackBerry Mobile is releasing a new color of the phone with bumped specs around the world. Show More Summary