BlackBerry CEO, John Chen showed off the company's upcoming smartphones, the Classic and the Passport featuring full keyboards, during a Q&A session after the company's earnings report today.
Microsoft's low end smartphone strategy needs a reboot
Hands On: Preview of HP's new $200 laptop
Nest Learning Thermostat: The Next Generation, review
HP EliteDesk 800 Desktop Mini review
The latest table for Pinball FX2, Venom, reviewed
Microsoft's final "12 Days of Deals" 50% off Xbox Music subscription
Xbox Music Windows Phone
Leaked images from a Weibo account claims to show an early model of an alleged Motorola Droid 5, completely with a QWERTY sliding hardware keyboard just like all previous Droid smartphones
Early reports are coming in from the UK that the QWERTY-based BlackBerry Q10 smartphone is selling well, with the retailer Selfridges claiming it is their fastest selling consumer electronics product.
Aimed at the student, youth entry level market, the latest Asha budget-phone launched by Nokia also comes with a dedicated WhatsApp key as well as being made available in a few vibrant colors.
Nokia has revealed that they'll be announcing something new on Wednesday at 7am GMT, teasing a QWERTY device, although all the signs point to a new Asha phone rather than a Lumia
New images of the first BlackBerry 10 smartphone with a QWERTY physical keyboard have been leaked, along with word that the final name for the phone will be the BlackBerry X10.
Samsung has officially announced the new Galaxy Chat smartphone. The Android 4.0 device comes with a QWERTY physical keyboard and will launch later this month in parts of Europe.
Following the recent launch of its Allegro Windows Phone, Acer is now said to be working on a handset with a slide-out hardware keyboard, which is expected to arrive with Windows Phone 8 this year.