Titan Pocket a smartphone for fans of keyboards

The Unihertz team announced Titan Pocket, a new Android phone to be launched on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter. According to the Unihertz team, this is the smallest full-QWERTY smartphone running Android 11. The team previously released Jelly mini phones and Titan in 2019, and the team believes there should be different types of smartphones for all types of people.

Because of this, he is committed to making unique smartphones even for minority groups only, and he hopes people have more diverse options. The Titan Pocket maintains the durable style, but comes in more manageable dimensions, as there's a 3.1-inch LCD. The screen is slightly smaller than the BlackBerry Classic screen, although it has a similar resolution of 716 x 720 pixels, making it a pixel density of 328 pixels per inch.

Obviously, you can't display all that much content on a screen like this, as the Gmail app can only display three emails at a time. The keyboard keys are responsive and easy to distinguish, and the backlight looks much better than on the older Titan.

Titan Pocket works with a basic version of Android 11 that is not customized much to its form factor, nor are there the same type of keyboard shortcuts that BlackBerry users are accustomed to. Pressing or holding the letter key across the Home screen will start typing in Google Search, for example.

As with the bigger Titan, there are many examples of how Android apps may not know how to deal with square screens. The Titan Pocket houses a MediaTek P70 processor, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and other features include a microSD card slot, an infrared blaster, and a headphone port.

There is also a 4000 mAh battery, which was helped by the 16.8 mm design, and the phone has a single 16-megapixel camera. The camera of the phone may be worse than most other phones out there, but the physical keyboard is better than all other phones out there, as it is a specialized device at a low price.

The price on Kickstarter starts at $ 159 and goes up to $ 219, making it a viable option as a second device despite its apparent limitations.

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