While the rumors surrounding the BlackBerry 'Venice' slider continue to swirl, the device has now appeared once again in some new, clearer images which are pretty on par with everything we've seen thus far. As mentioned previously, there's still a lot of things up in the air surrounding this device and BlackBerry has yet to announce anything officially but judging from these images, the Venice is as was expected, running a customized version of Android Lollipop that brings along with it some BlackBerry 10 influence.
Outside of showing off a bit of the presumably not yet complete hardware, there's not much else to go on here. The new images don't confirm any of the rumored specs outside of the camera, but for those interested, rumors are suggesting the Venice will be coming with a Snapdragon 808, 5.4-Inch display, 3GB of RAM and as we can see in the photos a 18MP rear shooter with the front facing shooter likely to be set at 5MP. That's about it for now, until the next set of leaks come up.
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