UPDATE: You can pre-order
Sure, the BlackBerry KEY2 is the phone to buy if you need an Android handset with a physical QWERTY keyboard. But there are still quite a few fans out there of 2014's BlackBerry Passport and its wider passport shaped form factor. The extra width (nearly three-quarters of an inch difference between the Passport and the KEY2) allowed BlackBerry to make the keys on the Passport's QWERTY wider. There are some issues with the physical keyboard on the handset; it still feels cramped despite the extra width, and there is no shift key or numbers ...
Saturday, July 13, 2019 - 2:08pm