Blass has posted an image of an upcoming BlackBerry smartphone, which he according to him is the alleged upcoming BlackBerry Motion. However, since past couple of weeks, we have been hearing about yet another all-touchscreen BlackBerry smartphone called Krypton. We can expect the smartphone to be powered by a Snapdragon 625 processor and 4GB of RAM for fantastic performance.
Travelling further south showcases the Motion's USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and bottom-firing speakers. Running Android, the BlackBerry Motion is also seen sporting a power button on the right side alongside volume rockers.
Separately, a report from Engadget states that the phone would get the IP67 rating and the battery will run for almost 26 hours "mixed use". This would be known as the Blackberry Krypton. Moreover, the upcoming smartphone is expected to back by a 4000mAh battery with 26 hours of battery life. It will (presumably) have waterproofing, a large display and all the hallmarks of previous TCL-build Blackberry devices - sans the QWERTY keyboard. The phone is reported to sport a Full HD display, though the screen size is relatively not known at the moment. "Hello, BlackBerry Motion". As you can see, the design of the BlackBerry Motion isn't anything new.
We now have an clear quality press render of what was widely believed as the BlackBerry Krypton.
Following Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin or IFA 2017, there have been a number of rumors which suggested that BlackBerry was prepping up to release a brand-new all-touchscreen smartphone. The smartphone is unlikely to feature a physical keyboard. We can expect the third button towards the middle can be used for playing music or launching an app directly just by pressing it.