BlackBerry Passport Running Android Lollipop OS Leaked

    By Vijaykumar Meti

    Last week, GizBot reported the BlackBerry's plan to launch smartphone that runs on stock Android operating system.

    BlackBerry Passport In Pictures

    BlackBerry Passport Running Android Lollipop OS Leaked

    Now, a purported image of BlackBerry Passport running Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system has been spotted. The image was posted on the Twitter by a BlackBerry developer.

    SEE ALSO: BlackBerry Planning To Launch Android Powered Smartphone

    The leaked image shows the 'About Phone' screen in the BlackBerry Passport smartphone, displaying Android version and model number of the device. The phone's model is denoted as BlackBerry Passport SQW-ANDS.

    However, BlackBerry OS is already emulate Android apps on most of the devices, but the experience is not always smooth.

    Meanwhile, GizBot's earlier report, BlackBerry Android powered smartphone will be a slider form factor with physical keyboard that folds. The company has teased a mobile at MWC, that featured a curved screen and a fold-out keyboard.

    SEE ALSO: BlackBerry Rolls Out 10.3.2 OS Update for BlackBerry 10 Devices

    BlackBerry plans to launch high-end slider smartphone, which is called as Venice. It is rumored that the Venice might come with Android or BB10 OS options and BlackBerry will allow users to choose between two operating systems.



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