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Leak: This is what BlackBerry’s next smartphone will look like

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Not much is known about BlackBerry’s next smartphone, codenamed Venice, but we do have an idea of what the device will look like. Some leaked images of the Venice have popped up on CrackBerry that show us that the device will be one of the sliders that BlackBerry is known for, but the on-screen keyboard is a bit interesting in that it’s different from what we’re used to seeing. 

Last weekend, we got a look at some renders of the BlackBerry ‘Venice’ slider along with a blurry cam photo and this weekend, things are rolling again. Another new image of the device has been posted up in the CrackBerry Forums, offering a small glimpse into what BlackBerry is working on. Keeping up with the rumors and speculation surrounding the device, the new photo shows the BlackBerry slider on-screen keyboard, but savvy readers will notice it doesn’t exactly look normal. Although the BlackBerry 10 keyboard has a back button, this one seems to be a little bit more spaced out than the button found on existing devices and certainly looks a little like Android. Take it for what it’s worth. Note – Just as with the last photo, this one has notably been edited to only show the device.

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