The Android-powered BlackBerry Venice is revealed in a new leak with photo
The release of the BlackBerry Passport with a square display was something new and interesting coming from the Canadian manufacturer. BlackBerry Venice is promising to be even more extraordinary than the Passport. The smartphone is yet to be announced, but thanks to the rumor mill and the big interest towards it of the public, we can share more details from the newest leaks for the model. BlackBerry first mentioned the device this spring at MWC in Barcelona.
What we know so far is that BlackBerry Venice is a slider smartphone. The most interesting characteristic of the phone is its software. The BlackBerry Venice will be the first device of the company that is powered by Android pre-installed by default. The last days a few render photos of the smartphone were shared on the internet. The leakster @evleaks revealed that T-Mobile will be one of the carriers that will offer the model. We already know that AT&T is also among the mobile operators that will launch the Venice in the States. The main camera of the smartphone is expected to be with 18MP resolution. The smartphone will support Chromecast.
BlackBerry Venice is packed with a touchscreen and a QWERTY keyboard. If we summarize the available information from rumors and leaks we have a 5.4-inch display for the smartphone with Quad HD resolution. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chip with six cores coupled with 3GB RAM. The launching of the BlackBerry Venice should be around November for the winter holidays if rumors turn out to be true. What do you think of an original BlackBerry device powered by the Google’s platform? Share with us.