Good news for BlackBerry lovers as it is almost confirmed that their first ever Android-based phone will be hitting the US markets soon. From the press photos released so far, the phone is likely to be a touch and type - adopting to the Android style while keeping the flavor of BlackBerry intact. The phone is also said to be fitted with a "Qualcomm SnapDragon (808) Chip."
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It is only going to released in US for now but a phone of this stature is definitely not going to be limited to US - so, don't worry yet, you might get to see Venice in your country soon.
BlackBerry, which once dominated the smartphone market is really struggling to stay in the competition now. The move of "Going Android" was always on the cards and according to reliable sources BlackBerry aims to completely substitute its OS with Android in the near future.
This is what Venice might look like,
The sources also hint that BlackBerry could take Google's code and completely revamp it into their own package. The company would be able to keep their flavor while giving all the advantages of the Android world to their users. Sounds exciting?
What is also confirmed is the fact that Venice will be a slider. Sliders as we all know were pretty amazing in the early 2000 but they are gone now. Will Venice be successful in bringing a new design? So far the design looks pretty amazing.
Rumors are that Samsung has helped BlackBerry with the design of the phone. Especially the screen design. The all-new Venice is likely to have a curved screen similar to that of Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. Not all details are out yet but sources confirm that it will be a 5.1 inch screen along with 16 megapixels rare and 5 megapixels front camera.