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Blackberry Venice With Android OS Will Come Late This Year


Blackberry Venice With Android OS Will Come Late This Year

Many rumors have been circulating throughout this year, and Blackberry with Android OS is one of it. Blackberry always runs on their own OS, until the rumor about Blackberry with Android OS came with the leaked images. In the previous post, I have shared Leaked Images of Google Nexus From Huawei through his Twitter. The images showed a design of Blackberry Venice and the infographic of that device for end user.

Yesterday, @evleaks has posted the new evidence related to Blackberry Venice, 2 animation videos of Blackberry Venice, which is probably a demo or an advertise material. This is the first video:

In that video we can see a display with a slide-out system to access the QWERTY keyboard, the characteristic of Blackberry. Moreover, we can also see that their 18 MP rear camera lens has the OIS feature (Optical Image Stabilization) and a dual LED flash.

The second video shows the whole design of Blackberry Venice with a curved edge display and slide-out QWERTY keyboard. According to the video, it seems that the Blackberry Venice will run Android Lollipop with Google and Microsoft standard applications, such as Bing and Skype. But, maybe they will upgrade it to Android Marshmallow on the launch or they will be at least ready for Leaked Images of Google Nexus From Huawei upgrade.

According to the rumors, Blackberry Venice will have a Quad HD (2560 x 1440 px) feature with edge screen display, an Hexa-core 1.8GHz Snapdragon 808 processor, and 3GB of RAM. This is a high-end specification of Android smartphone. We cannot predict the price and the connection between Blackberry OS and Android OS on this device. We are still waiting for the official announcement from the Blackberry, late this year.

The other news: Leaked Images of Google Nexus From Huawei

Source: @evleaks via neowin

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