BlackBerry seem to stop to surface lately and this legendary Canadian company has been struggling to keep afloat in the competitive mobile industry and Android has been cited more than a few times as the savior the manufacturer requirements. Previously, there are rumors from BlackBerry’s own CEO John Chen that the company has an early adoption of Android OS, which is possible, as long as it can be made secure enough by the company’s standards.

It wouldn’t be a surprise because BlackBerry suddenly surface a mysterious Android-powered slider during the MWC 2015. However, now it appears that the company might be closer to adopting Android than ever as the company recently reported to registered two new domains which related to Google’s mobile OS and the addresses are AndroidSecured.net and AndroidSecured.com which purchased by BlackBerry Limited on July 7.

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According to GSM Arena BlackBerry, is going to announce its next upcoming phone, the BlackBerry Venice which has been scheduled for a November Launch. The BlackBerry Venice will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 64-bit processor with 1.8GHz hexa-core and 3GB RAM, which appear similar to the one found in the LG G4. The screen appears to be a 5.4-inch QHD unit and a 16MP at the rear, 5MP at the front camera. But, all these are part of the rumored specs and somehow everything BlackBerry that will be releasing soon surely somewhere in the mix with Android.

Since, the BlackBerry Venice will be releasing on the launch during November, all the answer that, we need will be receiving pretty soon.

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