BlackBerry’s unreleased Android smartphone is now on video

Looks like the BlackBerry Venice wants to go down as the most leaked smartphone till date, even as the company’s first ever Android device seems to be sneaking out almost every day. This time around, we have videos to show instead of the regular photographical evidence.

The clips which you can watch in the space down below leave no doubt about the device’s existence. They show the BlackBerry Venice from all possible angles, thus highlighting its design which is probably its biggest highlight.

And why shouldn’t it be; it carries a dual-edged display and combines it with a slider mechanism that allows you to employ a physical keyboard whenever you deem it necessary. Adding front facing speakers is another design choice that’s bound to go down well with potential Venice buyers.

BlackBerry Venice

To top it all off, this phone offers a near-stock Android experience, with all the Google services intact. As for the specs, previous unscheduled appearances of this BlackBerry device have told us that a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chipset will be at its heart, offering the prowess of its hexa core processor and its Adreno 418 GPU.

A 5.4-inch 1440 x 2560 pixel display should find its way onto the Venice’s front surface, aside from a 5MP selfie shooter. As can be seen in the video, an 18MP rear camera with optical image stabilization support will also be held by it. Moreover, this handset is believed to have grabbed an admirable 3GB of RAM.

The BlackBerry Venice is slated to hit all major US carriers this November, which means its launch is still quite far away from now. Let’s see if we get any more leaks to munch on while we wait for its arrival.