The Unihertz Titan could be a spiritual successor to the Blackberry Passport

Well, it looks like Unihertz, yep, the brand that used to make your home's cordless phone, is set to introduce an Android handset that could be seen as the spiritual successor of the Blackberry Passport.

Sure, it won't be running BlackBerry OS but the styling is uncanny with the Passport, with the Unihertz Titan featuring a wide body, 4.5-inch display with a resolution of 1440 x 1440, and QWERTY keyboard. As far as internals, the firm doesn't give details about the processor or RAM, but it does state that the handset will offer an IP67 rating for protection against the elements, a large 6,000mAh battery, wireless charging, fingerprint unlocking, global LTE support, and NFC.

Unfortunately, you won't be able to find this at your local electronics retailer, instead, you will have to pledge your hard-earned money towards the Kickstarter campaign that will be going live soon. If interested, you can register your email to be notified when the campaign goes live. As far as pricing goes, when it makes its crowdfunding debut, the Unihertz Titan will be offered for $199.

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