The upcoming Android-powered BlackBerry Vienna appeared in render photos
BlackBerry Priv previously known with the nickname BlackBerry Venice is officially the first smartphone of the Canadian OEM that runs on Android OS out-of-the-box. The handset is expected to land on the shelves of retailers and carriers every day now. If you are wondering whether BlackBerry is planning on developing the line of Android-powered devices, the new rumors about the company will give you some idea.
It seems that BlackBerry is already working on the successor of BlackBerry Priv named with the nickname BlackBerry Vienna. A recent leak with alleged render photos of the device surfaced on the internet. Just like the original model, the BlackBerry Vienna boasts a QWERTY keyboard along with a touchscreen display. The photos give a glimpse on the typical three buttons for navigation of the Android OS at the bottom of the screen. The rear panel of the depicted handset features a special texture. On the photos is seen a card slot on the left side of the phone.
The specs of the BlackBerry Vienna remind a mystery for now. The expectations suggest that more details about the unannounced device will be presented at CES 2016 in Las Vegas at the beginning of the next year. Perhaps the feature of BlackBerry Vienna depends on how well the BlackBerry Priv will be accepted by users. We will wait and see. Share your expectations about the upcoming device.