Android based BlackBerry Venice render shows up

BlackBerry Venice is a high-end Android slider smartphone with Quad HD display and is expected to be officially announced in Novemeber. It would eventually be AT&T exclusive, U.S telecom operator.

Just a day back we saw partial render of BlackBerry Passport running Android Loillipop that was shared by @evleaks. Now the same leakster has shared render of BlackBerry Venice.

The Venice model in the render is seen running Android Lollipop. We can see the OS-based navigation buttons and Google apps such as Drive, Maps, and Chrome.

The device features a large display with physical QWERTY keyboard that slides out. In the render the slide out physical QWERTY keyboard is not seen. It has curves on both right and left side of the screen, similar to the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge. Also we can see a microUSB connector and 3.5mm audio jack at the bottom and front facing speaker.

BlackBerry Venice  rumored to feature 5.4-inch qHD display, 1.8GHz Snapdragon 808 processor, 3GB RAM, 18-megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front shooter.

BlackBerry is yet to confirm that it's working on Android smartphones.  However, last month  BlackBerry CEO John Chen said that the company would make an Android handset only if it could make it secure enough.

Kaiser Bey
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Android based BlackBerry Venice render shows up Android based BlackBerry Venice render shows up Reviewed by Kaiser on 7/07/2015 12:29:00 AM
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