BlackBerry unveiled the Motion mere hours ago, pointed to the Middle East as its initial market and gave no word on when others join in.
But we may have a hint at what the new phone could cost once it comes to Europe, courtesy of Dutch retailer Belsimpel.
Expect a price tag of €499 for the Snapdragon 625-powered droid, which is €100 lower than what the Keyone costed at its European debut. Granted, the chipset hasn't improved since so the Motion is sitting lower in the pecking order.
Of course, this is just a preliminary price and there is no available stock to back it up, so you could very well expect a better deal if and when the phone arrives in Europe.
Hat tip to Cassius!
Wait, for that price tag people can get a oneplus 5? I don't get why blackberry prices its phones so high...
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