A couple of weeks ago we heard rumors that BlackBerry was working on its first-ever Android-powered smartphone, and while that has yet to be confirmed, some new rumors claim that the company is working on multiple Android devices and even has some specs to show us.
BlackBerry’s first handset running Android could be arriving as soon as August, according to new rumours. The device, which is currently codenamed BlackBerry Prague, is apparently a low-end smartphone that could be based on the BlackBerry Z3, a budget phone that was launched in 2014. Although the specs of the BlackBerry Prague might end up being rather modest, BlackBerry is also apparently readying another handset, the BlackBerry Venice, which will come with a 5.4-inch curved QHD display and a six-core Snapdragon 808 chip – and could potentially run Android as well. It looks like if you’ve been interested in BlackBerry’s smartphones but not been too impressed with the software it ships with, then these two new phones might change your mind.