Preliminary information on Unihertz Titan Pocket

   When Steve Jobs launched the iPhone in 2007, many people in the "feature phone" market laughed at him.

   Why? Since the iPhone gets rid of the standard physical QWERTY keyboard, most feature phones prefer a virtual touch screen keyboard. The reason for the laugh? Usually people prefer the physical experience of touching the actual keys-they will leave the touch screen keyboard wave after wave. Of course, the laughter didn't last long. The iPhone destroyed the feature phone market-thanks in part to its revolutionary touch screen keyboard. And Android Phone soon. Nowadays, the benefits of touch screen keyboards are many-including the ability to use a custom keyboard of your choice. However, there is still a small market for phones with physical QWERTY keyboards. Although most of us no longer see these bottom lines, others still swear by them.     If you are one of these people, then you will want to take a look at the new Titan Pocket smartphone, which has just reached the incredible 1000% Kickstarter goal. What is Titan Pocket?The screen of the Titan Pocket is still a touch screen, but it lacks a soft keyboard. Since 2017, the Titan Pocket made by Hong Kong-based Unihertz has been a unique Android smartphone. But instead of manufacturing mobile phones first and then selling them through retail stores, Unihertz adopted a strategy. translation. Kickstarter raises funds for production and then sends the call to supporters.
   By the way, it is called "Titan Pocket" because it is the next generation of the company's previous Titan smartphone, which has a physical QWERTY keyboard. Titan Pocket is a more compact version of Titan: 'Unihertz heard the voice of keyboard lovers. Previously, the company developed Titan, an ultra-durable QWERTY smartphone running Android, and has won more than 3,000 supporters on Kickstarter. Today, it launched a new model Titan Pocket, which is 30% smaller than Titan, lighter in weight, and has an Android 11 operating system, a 3.1-inch display and a 4000mAh battery. From its size and function, we can expect it to be easy to carry while still being an ideal smartphone for those who want to "get the job done." '
What are the main features of the titanium bag?

   Titan Pocket seems to be a fully functional and powerful smartphone. In addition to the physical keyboard, the following are some of its other main functions: Size: Titan Pocket is 31% smaller than Titan Pocket. Its dimensions are 132.5 mm x 73.2 mm x 16.8 mm.Weight: 216 gramsDisplay: 3.1-inch square touch screen with a resolution of 716×720.Structure: Aluminum alloy bodyBattery: 4000mAh battery, the company said it can "use for a whole day" on a single charge.Scrolling keyboard: The physical keyboard of the Titan Pocket allows you to use it as a trackpad and scroll up or down, left or right.
   Operating System: Android 11Cellular: Global LTE with dual SIM supportStorage: Micro SIMCamera: Titan Pocket has 8MP front camera and 16MP rear cameraBiometrics: fingerprint readerOther technologies: Bluetooth, GPS, NFC, USB-CHow can I get a titanium bag?If the Titan Pocket sounds like your kind of smartphone, you can still relax on Kickstarter, sponsor the project, and get the Titan Pocket when the device ships later this year. Buying a bag of Titan through a Kickstarter campaign will cost you HK$1,710-about US$219. Or, you can buy two titanium bags for around $399. Titan Pocket is expected to be shipped to supporters in September 2021. Apple expert and novelist Michael Grothaus showed off the best technology of the past 10 years on KnowYourMobile. Before that, he worked at Apple. Before that, he was a film reporter. Michael is a published writer; his book "Epiphany Jones" was named one of Hollywood's best novels by Leisure Weekly. Michael is also a contributor to other publications, including VICE and Quick Firm.