Should have launched before Key2 became available in india. Both phones have their fingerprint sensors placed on the back, and the sensors themselves are claimed to have an unlock time of 0. Now, the company has revealed the BlackBerry Evolve and Evolve X for the Indian market. The Evolve and Evolve X feature Corning's Gorilla Glass 5, Series 7000 aluminium frame, and a textured and rubberised back panel. Just seen the teaser video of the to be launched Blackberry Evolve and Evolve x and it's super amazing with 2 vertical cameras at the back, fingerprint sensor also at the back. This greatly limits the potential of these phones.
Since this is powered by Android, every app from the Play store will run on the Evolve X. The Evolve X retains a headphone jack. Flip around the phone and you will notice a soft touch back panel that does remind you of previous generation BlackBerry phones. It has a bulky size which everyone prefers. Notably, Evolve X also supports wireless charging, something many users might be interested in. The new BlackBerry Hub brings together all communication apps such as Facebook and Twitter into a single app to help you navigate through your social media accounts.
There is a 4,000mAh battery under the hood, once again, for both. BlackBerry Evolve X has it all, except for maybe the physical keyboard. Meanwhile, the standard Evolve also seems a little pricey compared to fellow Snapdragon 450-toting handsets. The phone also comes with a fingerprint scanner, which is located at the back. Advertising Conceptualised and designed in India, BlackBerry Evolve X is going after the likes of 6 and Honor 10 in the premium mid-end segment. Ample battery capacity: The device comes with a great 4,000mAh Li-ion battery capacity which will provide great battery backup to keep it running.
It has a smaller body than those of phones with similar size displays but with 16:9 aspect ratio. This unit runs on Android v8. The Evolve, on the other hand, is far too low-powered in our view to pose serious competition to phones such as the Nokia 7 Plus and the upcoming Xiaomi Mi A2. Luckily, there are lots of cheap phones out there that cost … Compared to a few other Snapdragon 660-equipped phones, the Evolve X seems somewhat overpriced. Both phones feature built-in Dolby audio. The camera bump is quite significant and the fingerprint sensor was hard to find as its texture was similar to the rear panel.
I think this will be a game changer for Blackberry with the available Key line up. Stay tuned, we'll get you all a better look at the devices soon! However, it can a great option for those who want a bigger screen size for watching videos and playing games. In terms of display, this handset ships with a tall 5. Are they worth the price tags? This phone features a 5. It came out-of-the-box with Android Oreo 8. Along with this, it is yet to launch Blackberry Evolve which ensures to give a safe and secure Android experience.
If they are asking premium prices. Overall the device feels premium with a great interior. I think this will be a game changer for Blackberry with the available Key line up. Both the smartphones have a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor with a claimed unlock time of 0. If the are competitive, that would be a game changer.
BlackBerry Evolve X first impressions: Early Conclusion The Evolve X is designed as a modern-day BlackBerry phone that aims to appeal to a wider section of users — both casual and productivity hungry users. The and have been launched in India at an event held in the capital on Thursday. We got the chance to spend some time with both the BlackBerry Evolve and Evolve X at the Delhi launch event and here are my initial expressions of the two: Design and Display Let me start off by saying that BlackBerry Evolve and Evolve X are quite light and feel comfortable in the hand. The battery is also supported by Quick Charge 3. In case the sensor does not work properly, the company has added a facial recognition feature to unlock the smartphone. In terms of performance, the BlackBerry Evolve cannot compete against phones like the Xiaomi Mi A2, Nokia 7 Plus, and the Oppo F7.
Though both the phones have a similar 5. On the software front, this handset is operated by the Android v8. BlackBerry Evolve X Review The phone comes with a 5. There is support for wireless charging only on the Evolve X, and a wireless charger will be sold separately for it. Nairobi Mombasa Kisumu Nakuru Eldoret Thika Kiambu Machakos Naivasha Malindi Kitale Nanyuki Nyahururu Kakamega Lamu Nyeri Limuru Ruiru Bungoma Athi River Ngong Kisii Kajiado Webuye Meru Chuka Maua Homa Bay Kitui Kerugoya Molo Mumias Iten Kericho Kilifi Kabarnet Kapsabet Narok Mtwapa Kikuyu Ukunda Taveta Wote Isiolo Kapenguria Maralal Wundanyi Malindi Kwale Voi. Like the Key2, the Evolve X runs on Android 8. Evolve X is a premium mid-end smartphone that has practically every feature one would expect.