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BlackBerry Venice powered by Android Lollipop OS, 18-megapixel camera and MicroSD slot

While some of speculations spread on BlackBerry next flagship, we headed over some of the features of BlackBerry Venice. @evleaks posted a 3D image on twitter featuring slider body and QWERTY keypad bottom of the screen. The original image has been later published on Tinhte website that shows BlackBerry Venice sporting with curved display, fast focus 18-megapixel rear camera, non-removable battery, 5megapixel front facing camera and dual LED flash.blackberry-venice-shows-18-megapixel-camera-microsdslot

For instant removal, SIM card Slot and MicroSD slot placed bottom of the device. Most of the sliding device is uncomfortable in the pocket with its thickness, but not in the case of BlackBerry Venice. The device has thinner body, 5.4 inch display and unique design. On the side, we can find the volume up/down as well as a power button.

Nevertheless, BlackBerry Venice is powered by the Android Lollipop operating system and we can expect new improvement in a future update. The device sporting 1.8GHz Snapdragon 808 chipset that boost 3GB RAM. Apart from Android add-ons, BlackBerry might also add some of the BlackBerry features. There is no much news about launching date, but BlackBerry adds many updates on new Smartphone to defeat other Smartphones.

The device doesn’t look much similar to the recently leaked 3D design of BlackBerry Venice. However, the company made more changes from last released smartphones and brought improved features with the Android operating system. We hope new customization as well as numerous applications for BlackBerry Venice. Evan Blass (@evleaks) also stated in new leaks that more specs are adapted from the BlackBerry 10 version.

Release date and price is still not announced. Some rumors suggest, BlackBerry Venice hit the market in on November 2015. We can also look forward new phones powered by the Android operating system from BlackBerry.


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