TCL's BlackBerry KeyOne family is growing yet again, this time with a Bronze Edition. It's going to be offered as a dual-SIM version and will go on sale at some point in Q1 2018 in select markets in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
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BlackBerry-branded smartphones from Chinese smartphone maker TCL may not be the top choice for every Android enthusiast, but it seems the phones got enough attention to warrant follow-ups. Based on a strong response from long-time fans and users who switched from other smartphones, TCL's BlackBerry Mobile has promised to release "at least" two new smartphones in 2018, Engadget said.
Additionally, it comes packed with all the security, productivity and reliability features that have made BlackBerry KEYone such a distinctly different smartphone.
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On top of the new Bronze Edition, TCL announced that the BlackBerry Motion will release in the USA on January 12 for $449.99 United States dollars. More information on the regional availability of BlackBerry KEYone Bronze Edition will be shared shortly, including market availability and pricing.
Finally, Blackberry Motion is making its way to the USA, as it is going to be made available in the market from January 12. The mid-range smartphone has a 5.5-inch FHD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 system-on-chip, 4GB RAM, 32GB of internal storage, water and dust resistance, and the promise of an Android 8.0 Oreo update "later this year".
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