I found out at IFA 2017 that TCL is preparing to launch a new BlackBerry Krypton phone this fall but without the physical keyboard this time. That model may be closer to the debut than you think because the FCC has just certified a mysterious BB Krypton model. The terminal had already received certifications from Bluetooth SIG and WiFi Alliance and was known as BBD100-1, BBD100 -2 or newer BlackBerry Krypton.
It should arrive in stores sometime in October, but for now, we do not have an obvious list of device information. All we have is the profile in the above picture, which reveals a modern format for the smartphone. It would be a midrange phone with Snapdragon 625 or 626 processor, 4 GB RAM, and a generous 4000 mAh battery.
Speculations talk about a Full HD screen on board, and I would not wonder that TCL and BlackBerry will give up trend pressure and provide us with a screen edge to edge and a dual camera in the back. BlackBerry Krypton’s water and dust resistance are nailed, and obviously, the selling point is the suite of BlackBerry productivity, communication and security services.