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New BlackBerry Motion video promises "32+ hours of battery life" in a phone that's built to last


Not long after we saw the very first official BlackBerryMotion promo video, we're now treated with a second look at this interesting, yet to be releasedsmartphone. As you can see above, BlackBerry Mobile says the Motion is adevice that's built to last, as it's got a strong aluminum frame, a"premium" anti-scratch display, and a dust- and water-resistant design(IP67-certified). 


Equally important, BlackBerry promises "32+ hours ofbattery life" from the 4000 mAh battery that's found inside the Motion - hopefully,this means that, on a single charge, the phone will keep its lights on for more than a day even inthe hands of the most demanding users out there.



 



The new promo video further showcases the security you'll begetting on the BlackBerry Motion - thanks to features like Locker Mode, PrivacyShade, and BlackBerry's DTEK security suite. There's also mention of all the apps thatyou'll have access to, as the new device runs Android 7 Nougat (with an updateto Android 8 Oreo guaranteed).



 



While the Motion is already available to pre-order in theMiddle East, for now, the handset doesn't show up on BlackBerry Mobile's US website.However, rumor has it that the smartphone will be released via at least threeUScarriers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint), although it's not clear exactly when thisshould happen. In any case, we'll be here to let you know when and for how muchthe BlackBerry Motion launches stateside.   



 



source: BlackBerry Mobile(YouTube)

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