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BlackBerry announces new range of Android smartphones, this time without physical keyboard

Evolve and Evolve X will be manufactured in India and feature (5.99-inch) displays and batteries of considerable proportions (4,000 mAh).

The BlackBerry is not thinking of abandoning the roots of the physical keyboard, as you can see with some of the latest smartphones that launched in recent years, but it is true to say that the company is increasingly receptive to the idea of manufacturing Androids without real and clickable keys the front of the phone.

Evolve and Evolve X will be manufactured in India and feature (5.99-inch) displays and batteries of considerable proportions (4,000 mAh).

If not, let’s look at the new range of smartphones from Canadian technology. The Evolve range, announced on Thursday, will take its first steps on the market with the help of BlackBerry Evolve and Evolve X devices. Both feature an IPS LCD screen with 5.99 inches for 18: 9 images and a battery of (4,000 mAh) which promises to be a threat to the autonomy of competitors.

In addition, there is also a fingerprint sensor on the back cover of the equipment and a biometric facial recognition technology that can be used to unlock the phone. Both smartphones have a USB-C input and support wireless charging.

Evolve features an internal storage of 64GB, 4GB of RAM, Snapdragon 450 processor, dual rear camera with two 13MP sensors and a 16MP front camera. Evolve X resembles everything except RAM, which can reach 6 GB, and the Snapdragon 660 processor.


Both models will be available exclusively in Amazon India at an early stage, as BlackBerry has partnered with a local manufacturer to produce these devices. Evolve will be released later this month, and Evolve X will arrive in mid-September. Prices will be around $ 365 and $ 510, respectively.

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