The BlackBerry Venice although teased as a dual-curved slider smartphone with large touchscreen display at this year’s MWC. When it was showcased at the conference it was expected and the slider phone codenamed Venice. With Android OS onboard, it was rumored as BlackBerry Prague later on, in July another render leaked that once again pointed to the BlackBerry Venice and today more render images surfaced directly from the leakster @evleaks.
Now that the new BlackBerry Venice renders show up Google Play Store, BlackBerry Hub, Content transfer and more. Rumors in the past coinsides with today’s as well, the BlackBerry Venice will sport a 5.4-inch QHD display, runs on 1.8GHz Hexa-core Snapdragon 808 SoC clocked at 64-bit Processor, 3GB of RAM, 18MP rear camer and a 5MP Selfie front facing shooter.
As previously speculated, the new Android powered smartphone from BlackBerry will be available through Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Goes on sale in November 2015 in the U.S. first and later follows global launch. On November 16th, BlackBerry might unveil more details about the purported Android-based Venice handset at IFA in Berlin this September. Stay tuned!