BlackBerry Venice: the Android smartphone and sliding keyboard is revealed

After the first images of Venice published by Evan Blass, best known for animating the Twitter accountevleaks, it is the turn of Crackberry to upload new pictures of the first Android smartphone from the Canadian manufacturer. The pros will discover with joy a sliding physical keyboard …

Regarding the specifications, BlackBerry still manages to maintain the suspense. It evokes currently a 5.4-inch qHD display, a Snapdragon 808 attended 3GB RAM processor and a 18 megapixel sensor.

Voila enough to confirm once again the new strategic turn taken by the manufacturer. “We only produce secure phones and BlackBerry’s, the most secure phone, so if I can find a way secure an Android smartphone, I also would produce “explained there is little CEO, John Chen.

Scramble tracks

Canada opened the door to supporting green robot part of Android applications via the App Shop Amazon to strengthen the attractiveness of its own OS with the mass market.

B2B side, one can also mention the recent Android for Work, or the agreement between the Canadian and Samsung to build Android tablets. Moreover, getting out a Android terminal for BlackBerry is a way to demonstrate the
robustness and versatility of its platform while abandoning BES12 efforts around BB10 whose use is very marginal (despite its intrinsic qualities).

If the EMM market is now ultra competitive, BlackBerry refers to succeed at the game opening would be illustrated, reinforced with the existence of this Android device. However at risk and cover their tracks even lessen the attractiveness of existing and future terminals in BB10.

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