The Blackberry Venice is for real: Here are some clear shots
Last month saw the internet buzz with a render of the Blackberry Venice (code name) an Android running device from Blackberry. This time round we get to see clear shots of the device in its full glory. Overall it looks like a Dell venue Pro and the Galaxy s6 Edge had a baby. Although the Edges are not so curved like Samsung’s device, it is more like a 2.5 D glass 5.4-inch Quad HD display with a physical keyboard underneath that slides up.
The device shows the aforementioned display, curved at the sides plus a speaker at the bottom. The Venice runs Android 5.1 instead of BlackBerry 10 and is expected to come with the full Google suite of apps and services with some few customization from blackberry. It also has still a keyboard scurried away underneath that screen. The back of the phone seems to be made of Kevlar material, with a dual LED flash and what seems to be a 18 MP OIS camera, Snapdragon 808 processor and 3GB of RAM. The top of the device houses both a SIM card slot and Micro-SD card to allow users expand memory. We expect the Venice to have international availability when launched.