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 screen of the phone will have a 5.99 inch Full HD+ IPS LCD with an aspect ratio of 18:9 with 500 nits brightness. Before the launch of the local devices, the Indian company was selling devices developed by BlackBerry's overseas partners such as TCL. The BlackBerry Evolve X and Evolve are purely designed and manufactured in India.
The BlackBerry Evolve featured with vertically placed dual camera sensors and dual-tone LED flash on the back side. The Evolve has an added RGB+ monochrome sensor while the Evolve X has a telephoto shooter for the secondary lens. The phone will be having a camera of about 12MP with a 13MP dual camera at the rear side.
Both phones will ship with BlackBerry Power Centre - an app that uses deep learning to analyze user's usage and thanks to that data, works out a way to optimize battery settings.
The other features of the Evolve will it includes USB Type-C port with dual nano SIM slots as well as a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Both devices have 64GB internal storage and 16MP cameras up front.
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.
Things common in both of the smartphones are that the camera features including refocus mode, 4X autofocus, and slow-motion video.
At Rs. 24,990, the BlackBerry Evolve comes with just 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. Moreover, it also supports wireless charging only and a wireless charger will be provided separately for it. The Evolve will come around in late August while the Evolve X will appear on the market next month.