BlackBerry Venice showcased in another series of leaked pictures
The BlackBerry Venice is a hot topic in the online tech community right now. First, it’s the first ever BlackBerry smartphone that will run on Android OS full time; secondly, it’s going to feature a slider button — the very first of its kind we’ve seen in so many years now.
Today, the Venice was once again featured in another set of leaked pictures which was brought to you courtesy of Android Authority blog. The source reaffirmed that the Venice will feature an 18-megapixel camera and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chipset but did not confirm whether the camera will pack support for optical image stabilization as widely reported.
BlackBerry’s first Android smartphone is rumored to be carrying a 5.5-inch display with Quad HD resolution, a 5-megapixel front camera and 3GB of RAM.
BlackBerry is confident that the device will bring a lot of fortune towards the Canadian phone maker. The phone itself looks promising and judging by the amount of positive input you get to see from the comments on different websites and blogs, you’ll believe that the Venice will likely experience good sales figures when it finally breaks cover.