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Blackberry Priv pre-registration open – new details revealed

Blackberry Priv is getting closer and closer to us and, in consequence, we can now start to officially speak about it. The Canadian company producing the smartphone just opened the pre-registration for this Android-powered slide phone. This could be seen as an attempt at drawing interest before launch or it could just show self-confidence from the company’s part.

 

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If you choose to pre-register, you will officially be the first to receive information regarding the launch and availability of this “revolutionary” device. The pre-registration page also offers some new info, some new spec details even, regarding Blackberry Priv. According to this official source, the Priv will have a 5.4” display with a dual-curved screen – think Galaxy S6 Edge.

 

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The device is powered by a 3410 mAh battery. Details place the camera with a Schneider-Kreuznach lens, which is a popular piece of hardware used in Kodak and Samsung digital cameras. The spec details also mentions every good audio quality so we can only hope for great speakers.

 

There is no news regarding an official launch date for Blackberry Priv yet, but that is coming soon and we will let you know as soon as we find out.

 

Source: Blackberry

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BlackBerry Venice appears in real leaked photos

BlackBerry Venice just showed up in photos and it appears to have had a serious overhaul. The Android-based phone will soon launch,if we are to take every leak we’ve seen so far for granted. New photos depicting a device that may be the Venice have shown up on a Vietnamese Facebook user page and everyone is going mad on the Interwebz.

 

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BlackBerry Venice is a slider smartphone with a physical keyboard that gets hidden behind the screen when you don’t need it. You also get an 18MP sensor in the back and a curvy screen. It does not look anything like the smartphone we’ve seen in renders earlier this month. The device power button was moved to the side and the body is a bit thicker than it seems in previous renders.

 

Things could change even more before Venice reaches the market, but these images are exciting,especially if you were looking for a BlackBerry device with Android’s power of customization.

 

Source: Endgadget