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Leak: Could these be the specs for BlackBerry’s first Android phone?

We learned recently that BlackBerry is planning to release its first-ever Android phone this fall and N4BB may have just found the device’s leaked specifications. Specifically, N4BB has posted a list of specs for a device that’s now codenamed “Venice” that will be a touchscreen-equipped slider device similar to the old BlackBerry Torch. This is significant because it seems the Android phone BlackBerry is working on will also have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard as well. RELATED: Ex-RIM co-CEO Balsillie offers brutally frank reflections on BlackBerry’s downfall As for the specs themselves, the new device will feature a 5.4-inch quad-HD display, an 18-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor and 3GB of RAM. Those are all very high-end specs that are

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