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BlackBerry Venice Android slider leaked in new renders, headed to T-Mobile US


New renders of BlackBerry’s upcoming ‘Venice’ slider Android smartphone have surfaced online. The latest set of renders show off some of the key features of the device.

The first render shows the BlackBerry Hub screen for Android. In the second render, the smartphone’s 18MP rear camera. Based on previously leaked info, it is expected that the BlackBerry Venice rear camera will be equipped with optical image stabilization. We also see a multiple element lens arrangement.


Finally, the third render shows off the Chromecast feature, something that BB10 devices aren’t capable of. Clearly, this only confirms that Venice will be running Android under the hood.


Even though all three are believed to be internal renders, they cannot be confirmed to be 100% accurate. So until more concrete info on the BlackBerry Venice becomes available, the device will remain largely mysterious.

Meanwhile, reputed leakster @evleaks has confirmed that the smartphone will be launched by T-Mobile as well in the US market. The smartphone will also be offered by AT&T, as had been confirmed earlier.

Sources: CrackBerry, evleaks

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