Power users will be glad to learn that the Motion is equipped with a large 4000mAh capacity battery that supports Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 standard. So, Blackberry users who wish to own a device with the physical QWERTY keyboard, should give this phone a miss.
The BlackBerry Motion will begin its life by launching in the Middle East for around $460 (£350) although a specific United Kingdom release date or price have not been mentioned yet.
BlackBerry Motion features a water-resistant body with IP67 ratings.
The render also shows off a USB Type C port, earphone jack and a home button with BlackBerry logo (could it be a fingerprint scanner too?).
We all know Blackberry is putting it hard to regain the lost podium in the smartphone market today. Connectivity-wise, nothing changed. The BlackBerry Motion still didn't upgrade to Bluetooth 5.2 and rocks the same Bluetooth 4.2 we've seen in previous models.
For photography, the BlackBerry Motion is fitted with a f/2.0 aperture 12-megapixel snapper.
The BlackBerry Motion is being built by Chinese manufacturer TCL. The rear camera can record 4K videos.
The new Blackberry Motion phone must not be confused with a flagship device as it has pretty mediocre specifications. This is the company's first full touchscreen phone ever and naturally comes with a lot of novelty value. It claims to charge up to 50% in 40 minutes and promises over 32 hours of battery life with mixed use.
The BlackBerry Motion will be going on sale in Middle Eastern countries priced around $460 (Rs 30,000 approximately).
The BlackBerry Motion is expected to be available in October with a retail price of $499, which may be a little on the high side for these specs for some people. The company has not mentioned the availability of the device in other countries.