BlackBerry Venice: Android-smartphone will debut in November

BlackBerry Venice: Android-smartphone will debut in November

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BlackBerry Venice: Android-smartphone will debut in November

Several months ago, the head of the BlackBerry John Chen (John Chen) said the company will launch Android-smartphone when they will be able to make a mobile platform from Google safe. And it seems that Canadian engineers have coped with this task.

The notorious Evan Blass (Evan Blass) published in his Twitter-accountevleaks image slider BlackBerry, codenamed Venice. The device has a curved display and a mechanical QWERTY-keyboard, and as a pre-installed operating system, apparently, will be used Android 5.x Lollipop.

BlackBerry Venice: Android-smartphone will debut in November

The new product has access to all services Internet giant, including on-line Google Play store and broadcast media content technology Google Cast. Interestingly, the Canadian company has ported to Android notification center corporate Blackberry Hub, a special supplement to help fans of the brand to move all the data from your old smartphone.

BlackBerry Venice: Android-smartphone will debut in November

In the US, the official announcement of BlackBerry Venice in November 2015. Perhaps the manufacturer will also introduce Android-version of the flagship models of BlackBerry Passport and BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition.

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