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Optiemus Infracom Limited, the company that has rights to manufacture and sell BlackBerry branded smartphones in India, has launched the BlackBerry Evolve and the BlackBerry EvolveX smartphones for Rs 24,990 and Rs 34,990, respectively. The Evolve series devices bring together the power of Android and the trusted security of BlackBerry. The company says that, as a part of its commitment to government’s “Make In India” initiative, the phones have been designed and manufactured at Optiemus’ Noida facility. The smartphones sport full-view display with an 18:9 aspect ratio, Dolby Surround Sound, dual-cameras, and quick wireless charging technology.

dditionally, the Evolve and EvolveX come with features like facial recognition, encrypted with secure technology and a fast fingerprint unlock functionality. BlackBerry has incorporated enterprise-grade security and privacy, with its device security implementation, using additional measures from the kernel level all the way up to the application layer of the devices, including support for DTEK by BlackBerry application.

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  1. Gotta say the pricing is all wrong. And I actually like Blackberry I still rock a KeyOne. But if you're basing your entire sales pitch on the phone's security then there's a problem. At least the Priv, KeyOne and Key2 had the sales pitch that they had a physical keypad which in my opinion made the pricing somewhat worth it.