BlackBerry is expected to sell the device in late August, with the Evolve X and Evolve retailing for $510 (RM2,081) and $365 (RM1,489) respectively. The company also included some of the main features on the BlackBerry Evolve smartphone including BlackBerry Hub, BlackBerry Privacy Shade that prevents others from viewing whats on the screen, DTEK security, BlackBerry Password Keeper for securing passwords and BlackBerry Power Center that optimizes the battery life to last longer by examining the usage pattern. Both the new Android devices have been designed and manufactured in Optiemus' manufacturing facility in Noida. The devices are developed with today's tech-savvy, design-oriented and productivity-driven users in mind. The total number of shares traded during the day was 2662 in over 96 trades. The 5.99-inch screen of Evolve and full view display provide impressive screen-to-body ratios for better viewing experiences with more on-screen information, whether for reading or gaming.
Both models will initially be available exclusively on Amazon India, to be later expanded at offline retailers. The Evolve includes a Snapdragon 450 processor and 4GB of RAM. Optiemus hasn't provided aperture or other technical details for the latter, which suggests it might not be as impressive as the Evolve X camera setup.
Lastly, the Evolve and Evolve X charge via USB-C and are compatible with wireless charging. The phone comes with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB internal storage option along with micro SD card slot on board that supports up to 256 GB external storage. The phone runs on Android 8.1 Oreo operating system out of the box. A leap forward from surround sound, Dolby Atmos delivers breathtaking, moving audio over headphones and built-in speakers that flows above and around you. That said, BlackBerry Evolve (Pictures) and Evolve X (Pictures) come with some good design language, but they were quick thick than our liking.
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The new BlackBerry phones, called Evolve and Evolve X, eschew the physical keyboard for an 18:9 display, plus a massive battery. The smartphone offers a smooth and seamless performance along with easy multi-tasking.
Camera gadgets dual - younger version of resolution of both modules is 13 MP, and the older 12 MP (second to 13 MP) and aperture of f/1.8.
Both the phones have got the fingerprint sensor which can unlock the device at about 0.3 seconds. Unfortunately, there is no wireless charging feature on the Evolve.