China-based Unihertz is a small company that earlier developed two Android phones named Jelly and Atom with a 2.45-inch display meant for the use when you don’t need your flagship or big smartphone.
Unihertz has launched its new phone named Titan which looks like a rugged version of Blackberry Passport. It has a 4.6-inch (1430 x 1438 resolution screen) almost square display, it has a three-line backlit keyboard with a pointed, slightly Bold-influenced curve.
Unihertz Titan is a bulky phone with 16.65mm thick and weighs 303 grams which is almost double of the large phones like Samsung Galaxy Note 10 plus or an Apple iPhone XS Max.
The Titan is powered by Helio P60 processor, has a 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage which can be expanded with external storage. It has 16MP Rear Camera and 8MP Selfie Camera which can be used to unlock device bu Face Scan.
It has a fingerprint sensor in front of the device with navigation trackpad.
Unihertz’s Titan has Android Pie 9.0 running, it has a USB-C port, a headphone jack, and a massive 6,000mAh battery.
Pricing and availability:
Unihertz Titan is currently available for $259 which the company says will be $359 when it exits crowdfunding.
Unihertz says the Titan is aimed at “working professionals, outdoor enthusiasts, and QWERTY lovers.”
Phone reviewers and experts say it is a bad phone in comparison to other phones its camera is bad, the processor is not up to the mark, and it can’t even display Instagram Stories without cropping from the top and the bottom.