Do you want a physical keyboard on your smartphone? The new BlackBerry with a hard keyboard will be here soon, but there are alternatives. Here we show you eight phones, including six not from BlackBerry.
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The Motorola ADMIRAL, available only from Sprint, also uses the classic BlackBerry candy bar design. Unlike the Samsung Replenish, you could easily mistake it for one at first glance.
The technology is not as behind the times as the Replenish's, but it's far from top drawer. The screen is 3.1 inches (same size as the BlackBerry Q10). It only has 4GB of built-in storage, although it can take as much as 32GB of microSD, and it's running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).
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