We’ve seen a number of leaks about the BlackBerry Venice handset in the past, but none of them have been as comprehensive as this one. The new images you can spot in the space down below confirm that it’s indeed a full-fledged Android phone bearing a beautiful slider keyboard.
And that’s not all, we have also received word that this particular device will be launched sometime this November. Moreover, it has also come to light that the BlackBerry Venice will be sold by all major carriers in the US once it’s out.
Retired leakster Evan Blass has come out of his ‘retirement’ once again to reveal these new details about the first ever Android device from BlackBerry. A few days back, we were treated to an image of the same phone bearing an Android-like on-screen keyboard as well, which further strengthened the belief that it’s indeed what it is being touted to be.
The specs of the Venice have been leaked in the past, suggesting that a dual-edged 5.4-inch 1440 x 2560 pixel Quad HD display will be making its way onto its body. Inside it, we’ll apparently find the Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chipset made famous by the LG G4, with its 1.8GHz hexa core processing power.
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3GB worth of RAM is expected for form part of the BlackBerry device’s offerings, apart from an 18MP main camera and a 5MP selfie snapper. And as can be seen in the images above, front facing speakers will be present on it as well.
The BlackBerry Venice has begun leaking on a regular basis lately, and we’re hence expecting more details about it soon. Stay tuned.