BlackBerry Venice Slider Phone May Runs Android OS, Specs Revealed

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Blackberry Slider Phone Revealed At MWC

The unknown BlackBerry Slider phone rumoured earlier this week as finally got a name. The device was showcased on stage during MWC event in March when BlackBerry Leap was launched but the firm doesn't gave any details or mentioned anything regarding it.

BlackBerry new slider phone is named Venice as revealed by our source, might be a codename or its true name, only time will tell. Also, specifications and availability of the device is fairly known.

The BlackBerry Venice will comes with a 5.4-inch display flaunting a Quad-HD (2560x1920) resolution. It will be powered by a 64-bit 1.8GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, same that powers LG G4, slammed with 3GB of RAM.

It will packs a 32GB of built-in storage which is likely to be expandable via MicroSD card. BlackBerry Venice slider phone will bears an 18-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and comes equipped with a secondary 5-megapixel front camera.

With Snapdragon 808 onboard the device might support 4G LTE. What is yet uncertain is the operating system it will run out-of-the-box and size of battery it will bring along. If Venice runs Android OS has rumours said it then it is a whole new thing in Blackberry world and history, but if it doesn't, well, its design and specifications is good enough to convince anyone to buy it.

Whichever makes it inside is surely welcome but wait a minute, aren't this rumours?
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