Contrary to rumors, the apparatus has not received a hardware keyboard, but there is no monopoly, although the thickness of the upper frame is minimal. The BlackBerry Evolve X will come in the market from mid-September and the Evolve will go on sale by end of August. The BlackBerry Evolve X comes with a Rs 34,990 tag. Again, for the money Xiaomi is ready to offer a more interesting device, so that the audience BlackBerry and BlackBerry Evolve Evolve X will be limited only by fans of the once canadian brand. These sport full view 18:9 display, Dolby Surround Sound, dual cameras, enterprise-grade security and privacy, and quick wireless charging technology. There's a dual rear camera setup on there, too, with one 13MP RGB sensor and one 13MP monochrome sensor.
If you're keen to see a hands-on with the Evolve and Evolve X, head over to CrackBerry. Evolve X supports a dual rear camera setup with a 12MP primary sensor and a 13MP secondary sensor with a 6P lens and dual-tone LED flash, and 16 MP front focused camera.
BlackBerry Senior VP and General Manager Mobility Solutions Alex Thurber said the company is engaging with consumers across social media and other platforms to emphasise the need for privacy and security of data on mobile phones.
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BSE-listed Optiemus Infracom has a manufacturing and distribution tie-up with BlackBerry for India and neighbouring markets. Connectivity options include a USB 2.0 Type-C port, 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, Bluetooth 5 LE and GPS + GLONASS. The selfie camera will have a 16 MP with bokeh mode as well as LED flash.
There is a 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB internal storage present in the phone along with micro SD card slot that supports up to 256 GB external storage.
The phone are only available through Amazon India and, at the moment, Optiemus did not release any details about their availability outside India. Both have apertures of f/2.0. Both devices also have a face unlock feature that apparently takes just 0.4 seconds to unlock as well.
The Evolve also lacks wireless charging.