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.
These will be entirely new devices, and both of the phones BlackBerry Mobile has in mind will pack physical keyboards.
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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.
BlackBerry, under the ownership of TCL Communications, has announced at CES 2018 that there will be "at least two new BlackBerry smartphones this year".
First up, we have an all-new Bronze Edition colour variant of the KEYOne.
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BlackBerry decided against announcing the successor to the KEYOne at CES, instead opting to use its stage time to make two smaller announcements - one meant to bolster sales of its existing smartphone range, and a second that could help drum up excitement for the year ahead. According to TCL, BlackBerry KEYone Bronze Edition will go on sale later in Q1 2018 in select markets mentioned earlier for a price that will be disclosed later on.
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 USA launch. The Motion launched in Q4 of previous year but initially skipped the United States market.
In 2018, BlackBerry will roll out Android 8.0 Oreo, including additional security and other features, in order to expand the overall BlackBerry smartphone user experience.
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