Rather, it's a new color as the iconic brand has announced the BlackBerry KeyOne Bronze Edition at CES 2018. The handset will be available in select markets outside the United States, including Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
These will be entirely new devices, and both of the phones BlackBerry Mobile has in mind will pack physical keyboards. Starting January 12th, you'll be able to order the Snapdragon 625-powered Motion from Amazon or Best Buy here in America for $449. It sports a matte bronze look complemented by a textured black back panel, and drops the standard KEYone's microSD card slot in favor of a second SIM tray for dual-SIM capabilities.
BlackBerry announced the all-touch Motion three months ago for a number of countries around the world, but today at CES it's finally giving the phone a proper U.S. launch.
"In 2018 we will be working closely with TCL Communication to roll out Android 8.0 Oreo, including additional security and other features, to continue to expand the overall BlackBerry smartphone user experience", added Alex Thurber, senior vice president and general manager of mobility solutions at BlackBerry.
"We are excited that TCL Communication has chose to bring the BlackBerry Motion with its outstanding battery life and its touchscreen interface to the United States, in addition to introducing a dual-SIM variant of the highly regarded BlackBerry KEYone for global markets".
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