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Unlocked BlackBerry Motion is now available in the US

10 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

BlackBerry Mobile today released the BlackBerry Motion in the US, allowing customers to get the phone either from Best Buy, or Amazon. As previously announced, the BlackBerry
Motion is sold unlocked , being priced at $449.99. The smartphone comes with 1-year US warranty, and is compatible only with GSM/LTE carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile,
Cricket Wireless, and Tracfone.
The Motion is the very first BlackBerry smartphone to feature dust- and water-resistance, thanks to its IP67 certification. Unlike the
BlackBerry KeyOne , the Motion ...
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