It is believed that at first sight, many people will see the machine as a spiritual sequel to the BlackBerry Passport. (figure viaNeowin)
Unfortunately, as a Android smartphone, Unihertz did not disclose which processor it used and how big it was. Instead, it emphasizes that the machine conforms to IP67 protection level, has built-in 6000mAh battery, supports wireless charging, fingerprint unlocking, global LTE roaming, and NFC.
In addition, you won't be able to buy Titan at your local electronics retailer because Unihertz will only raise money online with Kickstarter. Interested friends can book email notifications so that they can snap up at $199 (1368 RMB) for the first time.