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.
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.
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.