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Unihertz Titan, an ‘unbreakable’ QWERTY smartphone, launched on Kickstarter starting at $259

We are pretty sure that you might not have heard the name Unihertz before. It’s because the company, Unihertz, has not been in the smartphone industry for a long time. Also, Unihertz is not a conventional manufacturer in the sense that they launch their smartphones for the public. Rather, the company launches a Kickstarter campaign and has done so twice previously. The company says that both the campaigns have been successful and they are back with another campaign.

This time, Unihertz has a Kickstarter campaign for a smartphone named ‘Titan’. This smartphone from Unihertz is a QWERTY smartphone reminding you of all the old Blackberry days. However, it is a smartphone which means that it can be seen as a hybrid of the old and the new. Apart from that, Unihertz claims that its Titan is a rugged smartphone which is “Unbreakable”.

Unihertz Titan
Unihertz Titan

The main point in the Unihertz Kickstarter campaign is that Titan is a smartphone aimed at working professionals. These are the type of smartphone users who want to “get things done”. Unihertz claims that typing on a physical keyboard remains the best solution for typing emails, replying to comments and social messaging. While we might not agree with Unihertz, there are people who still prefer a physical keyboard over on-screen keyboards.

Unihertz Titan features
Unihertz Titan features

Apart from the smartphone’s build quality, Unihertz Titan comes with tremendous specifications as well. For example, you have a 6000 mAh battery, IP67 rating and Walkie Talkie support on the Unihertz Titan. Obviously, Unihertz Titan is powered by Android and comes with QWERTY + touch controls. This means you have gesture support on the physical keyboard of this smartphone.

Apart from that, the keyboard comes with backlighting so that you can see the keys even in dark. On the home button, you get a fingerprint sensor along with Face Unlock functionality on this device too. For more details, visit the Kickstarter product page.

Dixit Dhinakaranhttp://Morningtick.com
Dixit is the editor of Morning Tick. He is a passionate digital marketer & a tech enthusiast. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with friends, reading books and traveling.

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