BlackBerry's next smartphone is reportedly set to bring back the good old physical keyboard, additional buttons and integrated trackpad.
The company announced the phone at the ongoing Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
According to The Verge, the BlackBerry Q20 would also sport a 3.5-inch screen, the largest yet for a QWERTY BlackBerry device, along with a 'large battery.'
Blackberry CEO John Chen said that the phone has been 'designed to give users the distinct experience that every BlackBerry QWERTY loyalist and high-productivity business customer absolutely loves.
The sinking smartphone company also announced an all-touch 5-inch, Z3 smartphone, which is aimed exclusively at the Indonesian market.