BlackBerry 10 Slider at MWC 2015
This month has been a relatively happy month for the BlackBerry fans as we have witnessed news like nine numbers on a single SIM and an Android phone by BlackBerry. Continuing the same, here at TechBySPR, we are bringing you news of the leaked BlackBerry ‘Venice’ running on Android.
BlackBerry’s upcoming flagship smartphone has reportedly been codenamed “Venice,” – reports N4BB. The upcoming flagship from the Canadian smartphone maker was showcased first in Mobile World Congress 2015. Back then, the device was introduced as the “BlackBerry 10 Slider.”
The BlackBerry Venice is a phone with a slider Qwerty keypad and retro looks. Take a look at the specifications below:

BlackBerry Venice Specifications:

  • 5.4-inch Quad-HD display
  • 18 MP rear-camera
  • 5 MP front-camera
  • 1.8 GHz Hexa-core (Snapdragon 808 chipset) 64-bit
  • 3 GB RAM

BlackBerry Venice Release Date:

The reports suggest that right now it is uncertain that BlackBerry will be loading its home-grown OS in the next flagship. According to GSGArena, Android based BlackBerry Venice is expected to hit the market in November.
Well, currently these are still rumors and we are considering them keeping in mind the excitement of users and the possibility when it comes to a potential BlackBerry Android phone.
Stay tuned with fossBytes and we’ll keep you updated with latest bits on BlackBerry Android phone. Share your views in the comments below.

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