Jul 8, 2015

The BlackBerry Venice is revealed little more

The BlackBerry Venice has made head news once again. The latest rumors indicate that it may run on Android. This is also what shows a new visual, which especially reveals a fine and elegant smartphone. The end of the year promises to be very interesting from BlackBerry. Android Smartphone or not, we should at least get to see a new smartphone in original format to replace the Passport 2014. The Canadian has indeed confirmed that it was one of the conductor sons of its new mobile strategy. It even already offered a glimpse of the smartphone in question, which should include a sliding keyboard and a curved screen. It was in the last Mobile World Congress. Since then, more official word from Blackberry but we can obviously rely on leaks specialists to tell us a bit more about it.

The BlackBerry slider was notably called Venice, which would be the code name used by BlackBerry used internally. We also got to find out a little closer thanks to some visuals, plus it happens to us today via the Evan Blass Twitter account  and unveils smartphone. The keyboard is hidden behind the screen, but there are still matters to comment.



Let's start with the general appearance. If the Slider is the spiritual descendant of Passport, its expression is different. Where the second was heavy and imposing, the first seems to make more in the finesse and elegance with its curved screen and all in length. Below appears to be the speaker, on the sliding part that logically welcomes the keyboard. The lower tranche welcomes, meanwhile, the microUSB port and the headphone jack.

We can also see the usual trio of buttons to the right, for sound and speech recognition, and of course, Android Lollipop on the screen, as foreseen rumors but only one eye is probably not enough to confirm. Remember also that techniques characteristics were also discussed, including a 5.4 inch qHD display, 3 GB RAM, a Snapdragon 810 or 808 and a camera of 18 megapixels. We will get to know at the end of the year officially from BlackBerry.
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