BlackBerry announced during its recent gathering that it is planning to launch at least two new smartphones this year - one of which could be the second-generation model of the KEYOne, according to recent speculation.
This begins with an an all-new colour variant and dual SIM version of BlackBerry KEYone - Bronze Edition - to be released in the United Kingdom and other select markets across Europe, Asia and the Middle East in Q1.
These will be entirely new devices, and both of the phones BlackBerry Mobile has in mind will pack physical keyboards.
TCL Communications further broadened their portfolio with the introduction of the BlackBerry Motion. This includes launching with key partners like AT&T, Sprint, Rogers, Bell, TELUS, Amazon, Best Buy, Vodafone, MediaMarkt, Orange, Carphone Warehouse, JD.com, Telefonica and many more.
BlackBerry, under the ownership of TCL Communications, has announced at CES 2018 that there will be "at least two new BlackBerry smartphones this year".
Additionally, it comes packed with all the security, productivity and reliability features that have made BlackBerry KEYone such a distinctly different smartphone. BlackBerry KEYone Bronze Edition will feature dual-SIM support and matte bronze finish. Like the previous Black Edition, the phone will come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
TCL gave a Q1 2018 launch window for the Bronze Edition KEYone, but hasn't released pricing information.
The BlackBerry Motion will finally go on sale in the USA, starting January 12.
While TCL has refrained from indicating what devices we may see in 2018, users can expect numerous software updates, including a focus to bring Android 8.0 Oreo to BlackBerry devices.
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