Unihertz Titan Pocket – a small mobile with physical QWERTY

For those who are tired of all phones looking the same, we would like to mention the Unihertz Titan Pocket, which has the same form factor as a classic BlackBerry mobile. The device is the successor to the Titan from summer 2019.

Unihertz is a crowdfunded Chinese manufacturer specializing in more niche mobiles. Titan Pocket is on Kickstarter and has far exceeded its admittedly modest funding goal, with 18 days to go.

The screen is only 3.1″ with 716 x 720 pixels, and a physical QWERTY keyboard below. The device is powered by the Helio P70 chip, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Unihertz has been fitted with a lot of goodies such as a memory card slot, dual SIM slots, FM radio, IR port, headphone output, USB-C and NFC.

The device offers Bluetooth 4.1 and GPS+Glonass+Beidu. Support for 5G is not unexpectedly missing. The battery has 4000mAh and for photography, a rear 16MP camera and a front 8MP camera are offered. The fingerprint reader is part of the keyboard set and sits below the screen. Everything measures 132.5 x 73.2 x 16.8 millimeters and weighs 216 grams.

The phone is therefore unusually rough and heavy. The software consists of Android 11. You can read more about the Unihertz Titan Pocket on the Kickstarter page. A copy costs the equivalent of SEK 1,915, with estimated delivery in September. As always with crowdfunding projects, ordering involves some risk.

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