Purported Android-Powered BlackBerry Venice Slider Allegedly Leaked In Live Images

The BalckBerry Venice is of course rumored as the upcoming Android smartphone and when talking about it, it leaked several times in live photos and videos by the way. Today, another set of live images of the aforementioned BlackBerry Android Slider details something new is forthcoming.

According to the leaks, the slider smartphone from BlackBerry running on Android mobile OS with custom icons appears. One of the shot shows up recent apps that are placed in a card style format in different sizes on the stock Android version. Yet next image suggests that litting a finger up the center of the device will bring the Google Now, BBM Messenger and as usaully the local search with BlackBerry’s official logo.

With several shortcuts, the alleged image includes BlackBerry’s Compose BBM, Email and Text Message, Email contact and the Text Contact also spotted. In addition the oft-mentioned, Calendar and agenda shortcuts with one for adding contacts and viewing contact cards are also visible though. Now that the bootscreen live image shows the BlackBerry logo near the top – speaking this phrase, “powered by Android.” If you are aware of the previously leaked specs? Hinted the Venice will come with BlackBerry’s Productivity Suite, Communication Suite and Security Suite.

Earlier it was said that the BlackBerry Venice will sport a 5.4-inch QHD display, will be powered by a 1.8GHz Hexa-Core Snapdragon 808 chipset with 64bit CPU, 3GB of RAM, and also given that it will be first launching in four major U.S. carriers: Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon in November.

How accurate is this news is undefined, but before taking all the decisions please take this story with a pinch of salt, as the rumor added to its. Rest can be checked right here.