BlackBerry's latest Android smartphone Motion - which was made official by the company yesterday - is now available to pre-order. Inline with the information revealed during unveiling, the UAE is the first country where pre-orders are now live.
Carrier Axiom Telecom has the device listed on its website for AED 1,699, which currently translates into around $460. As for shipments, the listing says the handset will be launched on October 22, which is around a couple of weeks from now.
Aside from the Middle East, the BlackBerry Motion will also be available in Europe, where it's expected to cost €499. There's currently no information on the phone's US availability and pricing.
And Harmattan-MeeGo was inspired by Palm's early WebOS user interface. So it goes WebOS->MeeGo->PlayBookOS->BB X->iPhone 10.
actually all those gestures are from meego, that one was ahead of it's time
FYI, BB OS 7 and BB OS 10 and totally different animals. BB OS 10 was ahead of its time... no wonder Apple is copying from this 2013 OS's gestures. Problem was that they were too late to the market to gather app developer support. So the OS die...