Is it the first Android smartphone from BlackBerry?

BlackBerry is reportedly preparing to launch its first smartphone powered by the Android operating system from Google . Although the company has not disclosed its plans to commercialize Android smartphones, BlackBerry is increasingly linked to Google. Smartphones running BlackBerry OS Android can now run multiple applications available on the Amazon Appstore, and the BlackBerry Messenger application is available for both Android and iOS devices and BlackBerry smartphones.

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Now, Evan Blass reports that a BlackBerry smartphone rotating Android will be available in the United States since the US mobile operator AT & T.

Blass, which is also known on Twitter asevleaks pseudonym, has a history rather positive in the past by publishing detailed information on devices before they are revealed to the public. But to date, there is no confirmation that this BlackBerry smartphone Android really will emerge.

A Passport on Android?
It has already displayed the image above, which could be one of the first BlackBerry smartphones running Android. It is known under the code name “Venice”, and if previous leaks are correct, it will be a smartphone with a 5.4 inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, a slider, a rear camera 18 megapixel front camera of 5 megapixels. The power will be provided by 3 GB of RAM, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 808.

But it might not be the only BlackBerry smartphone with Android. Evan Blass also posted another picture showing what appears to be a Passport BlackBerry smartphone running Google’s Android OS . Does this mean that BlackBerry will offer Android versions of its smartphones with BlackBerry OS marketed?

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