According to CrackBerry reports, phone manufacturer Punkt plans to produce and sell the Punkt MC01 Legend smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard.
The phone has a very clean design with reduced features and runs on AphyOS, which is based on GrapheneOS and does not have access to the Google Play store. It focuses on privacy and offers basic apps such as email, calendar notes and to-do lists.
Reported that Punkt showed a prototype to a select group of media at the IFA show in Berlin, featuring a “paint splatter texture” on the back.
The company also plans to launch a regular full-touch phone, but it’s not clear when either will be available, how much they’ll cost, or what kind of processor, RAM, or storage space they’ll have.