The android phone from Blackberry is soon going to be a reality
Just yesterday we got to see the new BlackBerry Venice renders that were released on the web.
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Today, two new promo videos for the upcoming Android device have been posted by prominent leakster Evan Blass, @evleaks.
Last month, @evleaks also revealed that the handset will launch on AT&T. We have already seen various renders of the device at this point.
The recent promo videos don't generally uncover anything new to the extent the configuration goes. However, the renders leaked very important news that the it will accompany sliding mechanism for the full keyboard.
The back camera of the Venice is flaunted too. It is anticipated that it would be a 18MP shooter with OIS and dual LED flash.
We additionally get a glance at the somewhat curved display of the phone, like the curve on Samsung Galaxy phones like the Galaxy S6 Edge and the Galaxy S6 Edge+.
As we already know, the BlackBerry Venice is relied upon to launch in the US by November this year. It is expected to be offered by the four noteworthy US carriers.
The device will accompany a 5.4-inch Quad HD display, 16MP main camera, hexa-core Snapdragon 808 SoC, and 3GB RAM.
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The Venice will run Google services, so you'll have the Play Store and all the core apps.