Well for the time being, it's more of the same, with BlackBerry boss Thorsten Heins confirming this week that the next set of BB10 handsets will stick with the same screen sizes and resolutions as the current pair.
In other words, get used to the choice between a 4.2in 1,280 x 768 all-touch display and a 3.1in 720 x 720/QWERTY combo, because that's what you're stuck with for now.
Not that either option looks sub-standard, plus to be fair BlackBerry never has been big on widely diverse choices of form factor.
The reason, apparently, is that BlackBerry wants to stick to a clearly defined ecosystem with two clear hardware strands. Heins wasn't prepared to give specifics, but hinted at product cycles of between 12 and 15 months.
It's also no doubt a reflection of the new reality that the company formerly known as RIM finds itself in. After heavy spending and staff cuts over the past 12-18 months, it just doesn't have the resources to churn out new products every other month.