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Video: BlackBerry Venice Android phone shown in brief hands-on

BlackBerry Venice Android phone shown off in a quick look video with slide-out Qwerty keyboard and 18MP camera

By: Tech Desk | Updated: September 21, 2015 11:06:07 am
BlackBerry, Android, Blackberry venice, Blackberry venice android smartphone, Blackberry venice video leak, Blackberry venice hands-on video, Canadian reseller Baka mobile, mobiles, smartphones, google, tech news, technology BlackBerry is expected to announce its first Android smartphone with slide-out keyboard later this year (Source: Tinhte)

BlackBerry working on its first Android smartphone is not a secret anymore. After several rounds of leaks showing device in pictures, Canadian phone reseller Baka Mobile has put out a brief hands-on video of BlackBerry Venice.

The video shows an evaluation unit of BlackBerry Venice featuring a near stock Android Lollipop Operating System. With legacy of being corporate friendly device, BlackBerry Venice seems to offer handy customisation for quick launching emails, texts and BlackBerry Messenger services.

The recent apps switcher looks straight out of BB OS 10 which automatically resizes recent apps based on how frequently you use them. Swiping up from the Home buttom reveals Google Now along with BlackBerry Hub and BlackBerry Universal search.

The most striking feature of this device is its slide out QWERTY keyboard which features biometric sense touch similar to BlackBerry Passport.

The BlackBerry Venice is expected to feature a 5.4-inch screen with 3GB RAM and powered by Qualcomm’s hexacore Snapdragon 808 processor. The camera on the unit is an 18-megapixel sensor. The device is slated to launch in November but we will need to wait a little while before BlackBerry makes an official announcement.

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