Android BlackBerry Venice. Surely when we hear that BlackBerry would give a final turn in its policy of embracing the successful launches of Android, many thought it was not the time to do it, that all they had won a few years ago with its sensational phones already had lost forever.
But you do want to tell you, the more we know of this BlackBerry Venice, we like what we see. Including that physical keyboards reminiscent of the house that has become a distinguishing feature and hallmark of this model that today we bring you a complete photo gallery.
For BlackBerry Venice, Canadians have not been left nothing out and the first thing they did was introduce Android Lollipop in the terminal. As you can see from the pictures, it looks like we have a fairly clean install, almost touching in the AOSP that Google takes its Nexus annually.
This is already a great detail because many Android fans who just like to have a smartphone with this Nexus touch that allows the device hardware fly and move all its menus and applications with amazing efficiency.
Android BlackBerry Venice.
The BlackBerry Venice closed looks like a regular smartphone, but then it is possible to slide down (or up, depending how you look) the back to reveal a physical keyboard that will delight those who still remember fondly their old Blacks. That screen (curved at its side) to be above the BlackBerry Venice comes 2K resolution, ie, 2,560 × 1,440 pixels although inches are not yet clear. So the proportion who hold hands in the photos, we could be looking at 5 or 5.2 inches but it is still too soon to venture.
Qualcomm inside BlackBerry
The BlackBerry chosen processor is a Snapdragon 808 which is quite competent. He also mount a 16MP main camera plus another front 5 which will be perfect for us with a good quality selfies (remember that the iPhone still go for the 1.2 MP). At the moment this is a prototype that seems functional so hopefully, as on the 4th Berlin IFA starts, possible new details. Such as release date and price because it has a pint really interesting, is not it?