The new Blackberry Classic is basically a slightly modernized Bold, with that legendary keyboard and the traditional 4 navigation keys and trackpad, but better specs. There's a 3.5" 720x720 touchscreen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8960 1.5 GHz dual core processor(yes, it's from 2012 - still, better than the Bold's,) 2GB's of RAM and 16GB's of storage.There's also an 8MP camera with 1080p video, a front facing web cam, and Blackberry OS 10, which just like on Blackberry's other phones supports installing Android apps from the Amazon app store. Plus there's LTE, Miracast, 5GHz WiFi ac, NFC and even an FM Radio, so you're well covered on the radio front. It'll retail for $450 off contract, which is high considering the specs, but quite a bit less than a standard flagship smartphone.
It's not a phone for most, but if your corporation is still handing out Bold's, or you just have to have that keyboard, this will make a great update.