We now have enough pictures and leaks of the upcoming Blackberry Venice. But if you want more proof that BlackBerry ‘Venice’ Slider is appearing to be closer to it’s rumored launch, The Venice has turned up yet again in a brief hands-on video from Canadian phone reseller Baka Mobile (a Bell Authorized Dealer in Toronto) that shows a quick 4 mins hands-on of the Android-powered BlackBerry device. Here is the 4 minute video have a look.
Reports suggest that the Venice will be powered by a Snapdragon 808 processor, putting it on equal footing with smartphones like the Moto X Pure Edition and LG G4. Other rumored specs include a 5.4-inch screen, 3GB of RAM, and an 18-megapixel camera. And from the hands-on video, we can see that the slide-out QWERTY keyboard is fully capacitive, allowing you to scroll through lists just by swiping your finger over the keys. It also sounds like BlackBerry has struck a good balance in terms of the phone’s weight balance. But we’ve still got to wait for the company to give the Venice a thorough reveal before we know the full story; hopefully it won’t be much longer now.