BlackBerry is probably the last manufacturer of smartphones that launched devices with integrated QWERTY physical keyboard.
Even if the last two models of the company, developed by TCL (DTEK50 and DTEK60) are based on Alcatel touchscreen terminal, the company plans to launch at least one model with full keyboard.
After BlackBerry private, which turned out to be a decent smartphone, but too expensive compared to the competition, fans probably would prefer a variant company updated the line with market prices.
John Chen, CEO of the Canadian company, confirmed that wants to develop another smartphone with a full keyboard. Most likely, it will be again in partnership with TCL, but not confirmed how the keyboard will be integrated.
Rumor has it that we will see a similar design to that used for BlackBerry glance with a slider down that hides buttons below the screen of the device, but not excluded to see a smartphone with full keyboard fixed to attract audiences passionate about design devices ” Classic “or” Bold “.
It also announced that it will offer BlackBerry physical keyboard under license to interested companies.
This means that other manufacturers will be able to develop smartphones with QWERTY keyboard design for BlackBerry, which has not yet been equaled or surpassed in the mobile environment.
Smartphones Canadian company in the past has a special form of buttons that provide quick typing and helps users not to click wrong.