BlackBerry’s frequently guessed “Venice” smartphone has actually as soon as again been catapulted into the general public domain thanks to a number of high-quality leaked images. The beleaguered smartphone producer is attempting to turn its fortunes around and make an effect in the smartphone market with an Android powered device, codenamed Venice. There had been some argument as to whether the handset actually existed, however these latest images not just seemingly validate its existence, but likewise corroborate previous reports on how the device will really look.
This certain variety of images has actually been made public by a Vietnamese website, and reveals that BlackBerry’s presently revealed Android powered device will certainly fall under the “slider” smartphone category. The first thing that instantly stands out in the leaked images, is the existence of a complete QWERTY keyboard that lives just beneath the device’s sliding screen. BlackBerry as a company is associated with producing smartphones that include as a physical keyboard, so it’s no surprise that it plans to continue with this trend.
The screen of the device nevertheless, doesn’t toss up any genuine surprises. With the phone being powered by Android we get to see an extremely familiar looking Android 5.0 Lollipop house screen containing apps such as Mail, Phone, Google Chrome browser, Contacts, Messages, and of course, the Play Store for downloading a wide variety of applications for the device.
Something that appears to have actually changed with the release of this image set is the location of the SIM card and microSD card slot. Instead of fall in line with traditional design viewpoints and putting the power button at the top of the phone, BlackBerry has put the SIM card and SD card slots right at the extreme top of the phone.
In regards to general looks the Venice is most likely to win over a variety of Android fans trying to find something a little different. The sliding QWERTY keyboard might be a little old-school for some users out there, but the textured rear shell and the overall kind element of the phone need to be enough to amass some interest. The supposed 18-megapixel camera with OIS and dual-tone LED flash, in addition to a speculated 3GB of onboard RAM and 1.8 GHz hexa-core 64-bit SoC, need to suffice to guarantee that the Venice can hold its own in a competitive market location.
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