BlackBerry had announced earlier that they were quitting the business of making phones and had sold their brand choosing instead to focus on other things such as apps and software.
TCL is the company responsible for making Blackberry phones now and they have announced that they will unveil an “evolutionary first” in the mobile industry at the upcoming CES in January. 
There's almost nothing known about the new phone, but it is rumoured to be codenamed ‘Mercury’. 
The rumours also claim that it could come with a physical Qwerty keyboard along with a touchscreen. This handset was also said to be the last mobile phone from BlackBerry itself before the company completely goes out of the hardware business.
As for the specs of the phone, rumour has it that it will come with a 4.5-inch display with a 3:2 ratio, a 2GHz Qualcomm processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. In the camera department, expect an 18MP shooter at the back and an 18MP camera on the front. BB OS is long gone so it should run on Android, however there is no confirmation if it will be the latest Nougat update.
That's all we have on the phone at the moment, we'll keep you abreast if more is uncovered. If not, we'll have to wait till CES comes in early 2017.