BlackBerry ‘Venice’ Android Silver Smartphone leaked in live images

Posted on Oct 3 2015 - 8:00am by Huzoor Bux

BlackBerry’s most prevailing new smartphone ‘Venice’ is an Android based smartphone , it’s live pictures have been reportedly leaked out.

BlackBerry Venice Android Silver Smartphone leaked in live images

It’s new design can now be viewed through an array of pictures.

Tighten, a Vietnamese site said to have leaked the pictures, it ventilated the pictures of the ticketed smartphone.
In these images the slider phone ‘Venice’ hai can be observed showcasing a Qwerty keyboard right below the QHD (1440*2560 pixel) display.

The home screen flaunts play store apps in company with the regular mobile applications such as the standard dialer, contact,mails,chrome,camera and the calendar.

An other folder close at hand is inclusive of noted Google apps, for instance Gmail, Maps and google search. On the same screen the societal icon of Whatspp is also present.

In the disclosed pictures it is evident that the sim card and memory card slots are located on the foremost panel of the device.

The left side of the handset locates the power button and the right panel houses the home and volume adjusting keys.
The back cover of the phone is observed to be textured and giving stage to an 18-mega pixel rear camera accompanied by OIS and dual – LED flash.
The speaker grille is to be seen at the bottom of the handset locates

Moreover, a picture has been obtained by PhoneArena depicting the on-screen keyboard of the handset.

The smartphone is reported to support 3GB of RAM,the battery is rumored to be around 3000mAh.

This smartphone has been commented to be ‘amazing device’ and that ‘it’s security is second to none.’
All in all the slider smartphone is said to prominence to a 5.4 inch QHD (1440*2560 pixel)display, a 1.8GHz hexa core 64.bit Snapdragon 808Soc, 3GB RAM an 18 mega pixel rear camera.

It is all over the town that the handset will arrive on all 4 US carriers : At&t, Verizon, T-mobiles and Sprint this november.

The Canadian company is acknowledged to be working on a Lollipop Android varient of The Blackberry Passport Silver Edition.