And now, BlackBerry’s Venice smartphone has been revealed. Android operated, the talk of the town for quite a while now, has been brought to the limelight in real-life photos.
Take a look and see for yourself. It is real, it is the Qwerty keyboard BlackBerry mark slider, all sleek in dark casing, but operated by Google’s Android.
For some, the images released on the Vietnamese website Tinhte, by blogger Ba Minh Duc, might be a little disappointed. After all the fuss, the new BlackBerry Venice doesn’t look like much of a challenge.
Yet, it is. It nicely packs all the perks of high-end smartphones with a functional design and the Qwerty keyboard, which many miss with the newest smartphone technologies.
So, BlackBerry Venice sports the functionality of the BlackBerry phones, with an 18 megapixels rear camera, and a 5 megapixels front camera. The former features dual LED flash, just perfect for some high-quality image snapping.
Of course, we won’t believe it until we really see it. Perhaps somewhere in November, when BlackBerry Venice release is rumored to have been set.
Until then, we must make do with what we have. Adding to the cameras and the hideaway Qwerty keyboard, Venice has a curved screen. This is a surprise compared to previous leaked renders and images.
The curved screen does not imply a curved display as well. It’s more an aesthetic touch than a functional feature, yet it is possible that things will change until Venice’s official release. The power button seems to have moved to the left side.
BlackBerry Venice has the usual microSD and SIM card slots, both present on top. The BlackBerry Assistant, now also Google Now button will be featuring on the right side. The battery looks to be integrated as the back side of the smartphone isn’t removable.
BlackBerry Venice with an entire portfolio of Google apps seems like a good deal. Also, it has a 3 gigabytes RAM to run all applications properly. Coupled with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, it should run smoothly.
So, while waiting for the official release of the Android operated BlackBerry Venice, these photos are stirring up some curiosity.
Photo Credits: intoday.in
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