With its unusually wide QWERTY design and lack of numbers and punctuation, it is believed that the keyboard will work using a combination of touch and gestures. If the look of the phone doesn't grab you, keep in mind that this is probably not close to being a final design for the device.
The latest rumored specs for the phone reveal a 4.5 inch 1440 x 1440 resolution screen with a quad-core 2.36GHz Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AB CPU under the hood. Tending to the graphics will be the Adreno 330 GPU. 3GB of RAM is on board. Apparently there will be a version of the phone for Verizon (R133), Sprint (R134), AT&T (R135), EAME (R136) and China. T-Mobile? Their license to sell BlackBerry handsets expires on April 25th.
Cases are already being prepped for the unannounced BlackBerry Q30
source: Dongguan Honglang, BlackBerries.ru via CrackBerry