A fresh video of the upcoming Blackberry Venice has appeared on-line, giving an interesting hands-on with the upcoming smartphone.
Blackberry just can’t catch a break. Adding to the mountain of leaks already available, a Canadian mobile retailer has now posted a full hands-on demonstration video of the upcoming Blackberry Venice. While there’s no details about the hardware inside, the video does show some of the features we can expect in the custom Android operating system. While the Venice essentially runs on stock Android Lollipop, certain features such as the Blackberry Universal search and Blackberry Hub are carried across from the BB10 operating system. There’s also a demonstration of the slide-out QWERTY keyboard, which includes biometric sense touch for seamless scrolling of web-pages.
The Blackberry Venice is expected to include an 18 megapixel camera, 3GB RAM and a hexa-core Snapdragon 808 processor. This will put it on the same level as the LG G4. It’s expected to launch in November this year.
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