Another set of live photos showcasing the unannounced BlackBerry Venice made the rounds online. The high-end Android smartphone is expected to launch at some point in November on all major carriers in the United States.
The latest batch of images falls right in line with past leaks. It confirms that BlackBerry Venice features slide-out QWERTY keyboard, slightly curved display, and main camera with dual-LED flash.
On the software side, the device appears to boot a mostly stock version of Android. BlackBerry has reportedly added a number of productivity-centric goodies, including hardware keyboard shortcuts, as well as easy access to composing emails and messages.
Hardware-wise, the BlackBerry Venice is once again rumored to pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chipset, coupled with 3GB of RAM. The device’s camera is expected to be an 18MP unit with dual-LED flash.