Not that I'd really want one anyway since I'd want a phone that's pretty much just a phone.
Being visually impaired and thinking of those who and might want one I am surprised a company will eliminate so many users. It would be pretty difficult to use with no keys. I'd imagine there'd be no way to tell if I'm touching the right spot with it being just a touch screen. It just wouldn't be very usable for me or anyone else who has vision problems. It seems to be common thing these days to see products from many companies to be more concerned with looks than functionality.
I'll be curious to see how it works out for people with 20/20 vision even because my guess is you'll have to look at it to do anything. So much for using it while driving I guess or will it be just another distraction?