“Venice”-upcoming Blackberry Android Smartphone Expected To Launch On AT&T

Posted: Jul 3 2015, 12:22pm CDT | by , in Technology News


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“Venice”-upcoming Blackberry  Android Smartphone expected to launch on AT&T

Blackberry is working on an Android Smartphone and hopes to boost its sales

BlackBerry's prerogative to grasp Android may at long last setting its way. Another leaked image was spotted on Twitter which showcased a new upcoming product from BlackBerry which is codenamed Venice, and is tipped to dispatch on AT&T.

Evan Blass otherwise known as @Evleaks posted the picture which seems to be the lower-front 50% of the cell phone. It looks like the company's Passport cell phone. The cell phone also has navigation keys, for example, the Home button, Back button and Multi-Window also. The BlackBerry Venice smart phone is said to feature a 5.4-inch QHD screen with a 1440 x 2560 pixel resolution.

It will be controlled by a 1.8GHz hexa-center 64-bit Snapdragon 808 processor combined with 3GB RAM. The cell phone will brandish a dual edge curved display, similar to that of Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, and will come outfitted with 18MP back camera alongside a 5MP front camera. There is also a speaker at the bottom. The one other eminent thing about Blass' revelation is that it has Google application symbols strewn, which ought to imply that it has full access to Google's suite of applications and administrations. Blass likewise guarantees that the Venice will be coming to AT&T.

If BlackBerry really pulls this cell phone off well than it is going to be a big hit, surely!

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