truth is, for 50USD more you can afford a oneplus 5T. Nuff' said
I have the Keyone which is also a SD625 and its not bad. Though mine only has 3GB of ram. It works well, runs games, video, calls ect fine and smoothly. And even though it only has a 3500mh battery it lasts all day with plenty to spare. That 4000 mh battery should last for 2 days easy
Motionless, 13 Jan 2018To the few who mentioned $450 for a SG 625. I purchased this phone just over a month ago and I... moreThe Motion essentially is the KeyOne minus the keyboard, with minor tweaks.
I don't know know the reason why but Imo Blackberry should gave released them together just like the Q10 keyboard of the Z10
I had to look the specs up but you see coming after the KeyOne you expect the specs to have improve and they haven't
Comparison Dtek 50 and 60 with the Motion has me confused
Motionless, 13 Jan 2018To the few who mentioned $450 for a SG 625. I purchased this phone just over a month ago and I... moreIt's not that SD625 is terrible or even bad at performance, the thing is just way overpriced compared to other phones with similar specs.
I'll probably get this for our staff.
It's ironic that we're about to jump from bb10 from android. But the most efficient phone with a massive battery and waterproof rating is a BlackBerry motion.
Better availability in aussieland would be nice though.
To the few who mentioned $450 for a SG 625. I purchased this phone just over a month ago and I'm located in the US.
So far the phone has preformed just as well as the SG 820, with 4GB of ram and a 32GB storage that was running Marshmallow. To be upfront and honest, I have no data to back this up the theory I'm about to pitch due to an inability to find facts when I researched.
I feel as if the combination of a more fluid OS and faster RAM. The two phones I am comparing are the DTEK60 which runs: aOS 6.0 with a SG820, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.
Motion which runs: aOS7.1 with a SG625, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.
The Motion definitely out performs the DTEK60. It out performs it on how fluid it is from switching apps, running multiple apps and how intense the app is for the device (such as SnapChat).
Another contributing factor I feel could play a role is the how hot (or in this case not hot) the Motion gets compared to the DKEK60. Now the DTEK60 does not get anywhere near as hot as the PRIV did, but the Motion stays cooler than the DTEK60. Paired up with its 4000Mha batter, the Motion is a much better phone and if you can find it in your local retail store, I would highly suggest giving it a whirl.
If there is one con, the cameras could be better and a front flash would have been nice.
I have a feeling this phone won't sell well. Physical keyboard is one (if not only) the major consideration in picking up a BlackBerry so there you go..... Secretly hoping for a SD660 version tho
Agree with you mate. Cost a fortune for a budget specs phone.