As of 2015, new Blackberry devices are sold on Shop.Blackberry.com and Amazon.com. Best Buy and some wireless providers, such as AT&T and Verizon, stock certain devices.
The Blackberry website and Amazon.com offer unlocked devices while service providers stock devices specific to that carrier. The newest Blackberries use the popular virtual keyboard instead of the full qwerty keyboard that Blackberry is known for. The Z10 model and BlackBerry Bold are both keyboard-free. The Pearl features a SureType keyboard while the PearlFlip is one of the few flip smartphones on the market. Blackberry also offers a Porsche-inspired smartphone, with octagonal lines and a redefined keypad.