BlackBerry Q20 Will Look Like This?

BlackBerry Q20 Will Look Like This?

Today, at the BlackBerry media session during Mobile World Congress 2014, the BlackBerry Q20 was announced.

This upcoming BlackBerry 10 QWERTY device will be bringing back the classic TrackPad, ‘Menu’, ‘Back’, ‘Send’ and ‘End’ buttons.

Additionally, the BlackBerry Q20 will “include a generous 3.5-inch touchscreen, the largest display yet on a QWERTY BlackBerry smartphone, giving you more space for viewing messages, browsing Internet and intranet sites and accessing other apps.”

Other than the reintroduction of the physical keys and the screen size, little is known of the BlackBerry Q20’s design. However, a concept artist has crafted together the above photo.

Will the Q20 look like a cross-breed of the Bold 9900, the glass weave design of the Q10, and a hint of Z30? Or, perhaps something like a physical keyboard version of the newly announced BlackBerry Z3? Sound off in the comments with what you’re hoping the Q20 will look like.

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