Blackberry’s upcoming Android slider, the Blackberry Venice, has popped up once again in a new set of images from a couple of different sources. At this point, it’s all but officially confirmed that the Venice will be Blackberry’s entry into the Android world. It features a large display and Android Lollipop in addition to its distinctive feature, which is a full QWERTY keyboard that can be accessed by sliding the display up.
From the leaks, we can also see SIM and microSD ports residing on the top of the device, with a volume rocker and power button sitting on the right side of the device. The back of the device holds what looks to be an 18-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization and a dual LED flash, though we’ll have to wait and see how it performs in the real world. The Venice is running Android Lollipop, though plenty of rumors have pegged it as having some customizations, one of which is a tweaked app switcher screen that we can see in one of the leaked images.
We’ll keep you posted on any more leaks concerning the Blackberry Venice.
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