We spent some time and this is what we think of it.
Both the Evolve and Evolve X are expected to launch on August 20th in India. Incidentally, the Evolve is backed by BlackBerry's uncompromising security standards. "With this partnership, we continue to build a strong portfolio in the smartphones category providing customers with a vast selection, great value and fast & reliable doorstep delivery, making shopping on Amazon.in a delightful experience".
No word from BlackBerry whether these phones will make their way stateside, but don't count on it.
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For the front, you get Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection, which means that it can resist scratches when you put in your jeans. The Evolve X is set to launch in September for about $510. The phone will have a 5.99 inch Full HD+ IPS LCD with an aspect ratio of 18:9 with 500 nits of brightness. As part of the characteristics it is known that smartphones equipped with Snapdragon 450, 4/6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal flash memory. Just like the BlackBerry Key2, the Evolve X also powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset onboard along with Adreno 512 for better graphics experience.
The Evolve will be priced at INR 24,990, or about $365.
But take a look at the rest of the spec sheet and it's clear the Evolve X is the high-end model here. There's a dual rear camera setup on there, too, with one 13MP RGB sensor and one 13MP monochrome sensor. The Evolve, on the other hand, features a 13MP + 13MP dual rear cameras.
There's similarly a dual-camera setup on the back, but oddly they're both 13-megapixel sensors that support HDR photography, which is something that BlackBerry didn't state for the Evolve X. The selfie camera is also 16 megapixels, also with its own flash.