Sep 18, 2015 06:00 AM EDT

BlackBerry Venice LEAKED Photos Reveals Curvaceous Smartphone With Dual-LED Flash For Primary Camera [VIDEO]


BlackBerry Venice is one of the much anticipated smartphones this fall season. Ahead of its November launch, more photos of the powerhouse device have been leaked this week, and from the looks of it, many consumers would find this handset a delight to use.

GSMArena obtained leaked images of the BlackBerry Venice on Wednesday, and so far, the leaks have been very consistent on what the smartphone could offer when it gets released in the market.

Aside from confirming that BlackBerry's new flagship smartphone would come with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, the leaked photos also confirmed that the device would indeed have a curvaceous display on the edges. The handset that has a 5.4-inch screen looks stylish with slightly curved edges on the left and right sides.

One photo showing the back side of the BlackBerry Venice shows that the unique touchscreen device will arrive with high-end camera technology as proven by the dual-LED flash of its primary shooter. The main camera is said to be an 18-megapixel snapper.

Android Authority pointed out the specific details that the leaked photos speak of the BlackBerry smartphone. Aside from running on Android — no mention yet on the software update version — the high-end handset has a new shortcut and widget selection feature that compiles all shortcuts and widgets users can choose from.

The Shortcuts menu is also very helpful since it presents all app shortcuts in a single file and color-coded fashion. It is obvious that BlackBerry has designed the Android-based software of the device without forgetting its previous phones' stellar productivity features. Launching emails, scheduling meetings and sending BBM messages are still as efficient as before.

The BlackBerry Venice has previously been rumored to be a powerhouse device since it will house a Snapdragon 808 clocked at 1.8GHz. The processor is said to be an outstanding hexa-core, putting the smartphone on the top tier of smartphones.

Finally, the upcoming smartphone that has 3GB RAM shows a bugdroid with a shield when it boots up, and this is said to allude the secure ecosystem of BlackBerry, as per Crackberry.

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