BlackBerry has already hit rock bottom and things can only get better for it from now on. It is about to launch Z3 in the markets where it still has a fan following and it now plans on going back to the good old QWERTY messengers that gave it a grip over the markets globally.
The company's CEO John Chen has proudly shown off two new BlackBerry devices called the Passport and Classic. Talking about the Paassport, it will probably be the next flagship from the brand. It will come with 4.5 inch capacitive display with an odd resolution of 1440 x 1440 pixels (basically it is QHD resolution toned down to a 1:1 ratio) and a 3 row QWERTY keyboard below it. Additional specs of the same are unknown but it is believed it will come with a Snapdragon 800 under the hood.
As per media reports the BlackBerry Classic will come with a 3.5 inch screen capacitive display but will see the return of the good old optical trackpad. It will come with QWERTY keypad similar to the Q-Series and no further details regarding it are available. The Passport will launch in September this year which will be followed by the launch of the Classic in November. Let us see which way things go for BlackBerry in future.