Ahead of Mobile World Congress, TCL officially announced the BlackBerry KEYone, a new Android handset with the BlackBerry logo emblazoned on its case. Now, looking ahead, TCL’s CEO, Nicolas Zibell, has confirmed that the company will continue to rattle out new BlackBerry hardware this year, all of which should be running Android. Zibell says there will be three new phones out in 2017, but doesn’t provide any additional information. A separate source speaking with CNET said that TCL does plan on launching a new all-touch BlackBerry device, similar to what we’ve seen in the DTEK series, but the company also plans on killing the DTEK brand as well. So whatever new handset launches this year, it will apparently be promoting a new lineup under the BlackBerry logo. Are you planning on buying a BlackBerry Android device?