BlackBerry Slider Android Smartphone Venice Launching In September?

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BlackBerry Venice Slider phone leak

Rumours erupt few months back that BlackBerry is working on a new device that will runs pure Android operating system out-of-the-box, neglecting its own operating system along the way. We thought it was unlike something the firm can do and count it all as gibberish. Now, it appears BlackBerry has indeed made that move but not fully confirmed it.

This is one of those things that make us believed nothing is impossible. Ofcourse, we should have suspect this when they introduce OS v10.3.1 update in February which comes pre-loaded with Amazon App store. The firm has been nearing Android platform since late last year and now we know what they are up to. The about-to-be BlackBerry first Android smartphone, Venice, was earlier teased at MWC in March (though not mentioned as Android running phone) but according to report reaching us, the device may find its way to US in November.

It is expected to be officially announced at IFA event which will begin in early September or to be launch in November, also, Venice may first hit US popular network carriers AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon e.t.c before it makes it way to other regions. Its render picture that surface clearly shows a slider phone with Google Play, Drive and Chrome on the app drawer. The interface is also of Android Lollipop version.

Full details including specifications of what BlackBerry Venice will bring along is not yet known, however, it is expected to features 5.4-inch Quad-HD display, hexa-core Snapdragon 808 processor, 3GB RAM, 18-megapixel rear camera and 5-megapixel front camera. We will keep you updated along the line.
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