BlackBerry’s smartphones are now history, but if you loved the BlackBerry KeyOne and Key2 form factor, Unihertz is a phone brand that has got your back. The new Titan Slim has a narrow width display and hardware QWERTY keyboard. The major advantages of the narrow display are that it makes for excellent handling and better software compatibility.
It is safe to call it a variant of the Unihertz Titan, another Android phone with a QWERTY keyboard, but which has a wider form and a squarish display. Let’s have a look at the key specs of the Titan Slim.
Unihertz Titan Slim Specs
- 4.2-inch, 768×1280 pixels display
- Dual Nano-SIM slots
- 48-megapixel dual camera at the back
- MediaTek Helio P70 chipset
- 6 GB RAM
- 256 GB storage memory
- Front fingerprint reader
- USB Type-C port
- 4100 mAh battery
- Android 11
- FM Radio
The Titan Slim is an interesting proposition: there is an infra-red blaster, something that is very rare on modern smartphones. And there is a front fingerprint reader too. There is no memory card slot, but then the 256 GB built-in storage is large enough for most users. You can read the full specs here.
It will be available in only one colour – Black. Release date isn’t clear yet, but it won’t be long. If the departure of BlackBerry left a hole in your heart, love has found you again – in the form of the Titan Slim. Buy Unihertz Titan Slim.
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