British firm Planet Computers showed off its device called Gemini at the world's biggest mobile event in Barcelona, Spain, this week. It's a smartphone that runs Google's Android operating system but also has a QWERTY keyboard attached.
Users can use the touchscreen functions of the 5.9-inch display, but for browsing the web or doing some work, the keyboard can be used. CNBC tested the keyboard out, and it has a good response rate. But the smaller scale will take some getting used to.
Gemini was listed on the Indiegogo crowdfunding website and Planet Computers has raised over $1.9 million and has pre-orders for over 4,000 units.
The handset is priced at $599 and the company behind it has begun mass production.