Blackberry Launches New Flagship “Venice” on Android OS

Blackberry smartphone brand has finally ported to Android operating system, and they've now unveiled their new flagship codenamed Venice.

The Venice smartphone is a blackberry slider, and it looked more like a mystery, as blackberry embraced their decision on porting to Android OS from their common Blackberry OS.

Of course, Blackberry co-operation took a nice stand on that, because they know what's best for their users.

The Blackberry Venice would make its first debut on November 2015, and the specs of the Venice smartphone are quite encouraging.

Blackberry Venice is said to feature a 5.4-inch Quad-HD display with a 18MP rear camera and supported by a 5MP front camera, which makes it cool for talking selfies.

The Venice smartphone is also powered by a 1.8 GHz Hexa-core (Snapdragon 808 chipset) 64-Bit processors coupled with a 3GB RAM.

That's all for now about the Blackberry Venice. Stay tuned as we expect the release of the blackberry Venice by November 2015.

Source: n4bb

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