Both phones will ship running Android 8.1 Oreo, and they won't feature physical keyboards, unlike BlackBerry's last foray into the smartphone landscape, the Key2. Before the launch of the local devices, the Indian company was selling devices developed by BlackBerry's overseas partners such as TCL.
If you still want to buy one of these phones, the Evolve will go on sale later this month, and the Evolve X will be available in September. These sport full view 18:9 display, Dolby Surround Sound, dual cameras, enterprise-grade security and privacy, and quick wireless charging technology. There is not a lot Optiemus reveled about the camera setup on Evolve though, all we know is that the secondary 13MP camera is a monochrome sensor. The X model has 12MP + 13MP cameras at its back with PDAF, 4K video recording abilities, and a more high-end photography setup overall. In other words, buyers are getting equal or better processing power at much lesser prices.
The BlackBerry Evolve X featured with vertically placed dual camera sensors and dual-tone LED flash on the back side. Connectivity options include a USB 2.0 Type-C port, 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, Bluetooth 5 LE and GPS + GLONASS.
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. It comes with F1.8 + F2.6 Rear Apertures and an F2.0 Front Aperture that offer great results even in low light conditions. The fingerprint sensor is mounted on the back since there's no room for it on the front panel given the phone's slim bezels. Moreover, it also supports wireless charging only and a wireless charger will be provided separately for it. The company set the price of the Evolve is Rs. 24,990 (~$365).