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3,425 backers have supported Titan Pocket on the platform.

Titan Pocket, The New Android QWERTY Smartphone For PKB Fans.

Unihertz Titan Pocket, the small and stylish QWERTY Android 11 smartphone. Top features.

Responsive, Easy to Distinguish Keyboard

The reinterpretation of a classic physical keyboard design on the new Android 11 smartphone

Titan Pocket is a reinterpretation of the classic QWERTY keyboard phone.

Small & Light: Ergonomic for One-Handed Holding

Titan Pocket is 30% smaller and lighter than its predecessor, Titan. Feel at ease to hold and type with one hand.

Titan Pocket is 30% smaller and lighter than Titan.

3.1-inch Square Screen

716*720 screen resolution. Compatible with most Android Apps.

Titan Pocket's square screen is classic, and it comes with a mini mode that emulates the screen ratio to 9:16.

4000mAh Battery: Long Standby Time

Titan Pocket has a 4000mAh battery that allows you to stay active on a single charge for days.

Supported Keyboard Input Languages

Titan Pocket supports many different keyboard input languages, including English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese.


Unihertz Titan Pocket, the small and stylish QWERTY Android 11 smartphone. Top features.

Top Media Quotes & Reviews

Titan Pocket smartphone hands on review by Mr. Mobile.


Dimensions: 132.5*73.2*16.8 mm

Weight: 216g (with battery)

Color: Black

SIM: Dual Nano SIM card

Screen Size: 3.1 inch

Resolution: 716*720 pixels


GSM: Band 2/3/5/8
WCDMA: 1,2,4,5,8,6,19 TDSCDMA: Band 34/39
FDD/TDD LTE: B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/ 18/19/20/25/26/28A/B28B/ 34/38/39/40/41/66
CDMA2000: BC0/BC1

OS: Android 11

CPU: Octa-Core/2GHz

Memory: 6 GB + 128 GB, DDR4, 1600MHz, UFS 2.1

Micro SD Card: Yes

Rear Camera: 16MP AF

Front Camera: 8MP FF

Headphone Jack: 3.5 mm

WLAN: WLAN 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4GHz/5GHz Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi Hotspot

Bluetooth: V4.1


NFC: Yes

Infrared Port: Yes


Sensors: Fingerprint (front-mounted), G-sensor, Gyroscope, Proximity, Ambient Light sensor, Compass

Battery: 4000 mAh Non-removable

In the Box

Things that are included in the box of Titan Pocket. Including an extra screen protector.

Media Endorsement

What does the media say about Titan Pocket? Titan Pocket reviews.Titan Pocket reviews. Titan Pocket was on several large media including the verge, zdnet, the gadgeteer, liliputing, etc.

Titan Pocket - The New QWERTY Android 11 Smartphone

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Mia J. Phillips
Nice phone with physical keyboard

Just switch my iPhone to Titan Pocket. I miss the physical keyboard so much! The keyboard of this phone even feels better than my old blackberry passport. Highly recommend!

Logan Lee
It's rugged but not water-proof as OG Titan

What is a very good song it has very good features good camera good keyboard great sound sharp screen easy to figure out but this song is not water resistant at all my phone fell into the water and the rest is history?

Oliver Thompson
The screen is small. It's great if you're a minimalist

This phone is sturdy & has a nice heft. I dropped it twice so far & not a dent yet. So far the keyboard works great but I don't use keys for shortcuts so I can't evaluate that. Using keys for numbers or symbols is a slight pain so I use the screen keyboard for those, which is also a pain. The screen is small, which I don't mind until I'm trying to click on it & have trouble hitting the right spot. Maybe I'll get a stylus. Sudoku on this tiny screen is a bother, but doable. Small screens sometimes a skewed pictures. I LOVE HAVING A PHYSICAL KEYBOARD AGAIN! The sound is a bit tinny especially when the volume is up. Some calls & videos are really loud, which is good, but some not so much. You can always hear this speaker. Clarity is good as well so far. YouTube images are good but I'm not so particular. Pictures are clear & nice, not perfect, & I think the color is a bit off. Not sure. Overall a very good phone for a very good price. I hope it lasts longer this way. The battery is not the biggest on the market but this phone apparently doesn't use much power since I can get away with charging every other day when I don't use it a lot.

Jacob W. Bush
Awesome phone for PKB fans

This phone meets all my expectations! If you're a PKB fan, don't miss out on it!

Rachel Swift
Great Blackberry Substitute

The physical keyboard itself is quite easy to use. I have large hands but with a little perseverance, the keyboard is fairly easy to master. There is also the option to have some keyboard functions on the screen, which simplifies some tasks. Performance is good, apps and web pages load quickly and battery life appears to be quite good, no doubt this is due to not having to power a large screen.
Build quality is good, I would, however, recommend a TPU or book-style case, as the rear of the phone is quite smooth and therefore susceptible to scratching if not protected.
Some apps don't display properly due to the screen size but there is a setting that helps with this, which makes the experience tolerable.
Sound through the earpiece and speaker is fairly good - not Dolby quality but adequate for a device of this size. There is a programmable shortcut button which is very useful and provides PTT functionality for VoIP apps such as Zello or can be used to open specific apps which are user selectable with function settings for both long and short presses.
The physician keyboard itself takes a little effort to master - anyone used to the BlackBerry Curve will be familiar with this, but the keyboard functions are a little different from the BlackBerry. Once mastered, the keyboard becomes intuitive. There is an IR transmitter on board and an app that lets you set the phone up as a remote for devices such as TV, satellite box, sound system, etc. I have used it with my smart TV with good results.
Good value for the price and for those who prefer a small form factor and physical keyboard, it's ideal. I like Unihertz products, I use an Atom XL for my main phone, and I bought this one specifically for business use, much better than a slab phone for my purposes.
To sum up, it's a neat, small device, well constructed and capable phone but it is in a somewhat niche market.

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