In fact, the global rollout continues with variants of BlackBerry KEYone newly released in Mexico and South Korea. It will be available for sale online via Amazon and Best Buy for $449.99 a pop. It's the first of more to come: At its press conference during the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, the company announced that it'll release "at least two" new smartphones later this year, each of which will have a physical keyboard. Specs-wise, it has the same hardware as the Black Edition version, including 4GB RAM and 64GB expandable storage.
Since the launch of the BlackBerry KEYone, which began in the second quarter of 2017, TCL Communications have launched the device in over 50 countries worldwide, including markets in North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia.
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 United States launch.
Additionally, it comes packed with all the security, productivity and reliability features that have made BlackBerry KEYone such a distinctly different smartphone.
While TCL has refrained from indicating what devices we may see in 2018, users can expect numerous software updates, including a focus to bring Android 8.0 Oreo to BlackBerry devices.