BlackBerry Android ‘Venice Slider’ Exposed, features an 18MP OIS Camera

As we have previously Reported you about BlackBerry Passport Android Version, Now Today we bring out its sibling BlackBerry Venice. As
Blackberry Venice will be ultimately the first Android Device to Hit in  the Market and will be followed by BlackBerry
Passport, the Reports also says that Venice succes will only decide that
Passport will see his day of Life the World.

For Blackberry Nothing is going right but thing can be
changed now as BlackBerry opted for the New Green Ocean of Android World. BlackBerry
is finally being dragged into the modern era, thankfully. BlackBerry has decided that’s its Android Version Phone will have its flavor,
a flavor of Style or we say a sliding physical keyboard. 
The recent images have been published by the editor of
French website NowhereElse, Mr. Steve Hemmerstoffer, also known by his Twitter handle,
@OnLeaks. In a departure from tradition, the power button has been moved to the
left side. In all fairness it would have been ridiculously out of place on the
top plate of a tall

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As like previous leaks have mentioned a possible 5.4-inch
panel on the Blackberrry Venice. The smartphone will reportedly also come with
3 GB of RAM and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 SoC, which means hexa-core processing
power for the much-rumored upcoming handset.

Mr. Hemmerstoffer
also says that the BlackBerry Venice will sport a 18-megapixel primary camera
on the rear and a 5-megaixel secondary selfie-cam on the front., slider-type
device. An 18MP unit, the main shooter boasts optical image stabilization and
fast focus, so we’d speculate there’s some phase detection tech. The lens is
also joined by a dual-LED flash.

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BlackBerry Android-powered version of the smartphone is said
to be available in the US on at least two carriers at launch – AT&T and T-Mobile.While
the BlackBerry Venice is tipped for launch at the upcoming IFA event in Berlin,
Germany, information about its hardware remains mostly sketchy. We likely to
get all details when its get Reviled.

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