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Unihertz Titan Pocket first look review: in pictures

The last QWERTY keyboard phone from Unihertz was an unwieldy beast, while the new small pocket version is reminiscent of the BlackBerry Bold. There are some cool keyboard functions, along with disappointments, and it's tough to see a reason for this phone in today's market.
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Unihertz Titan and Titan Pocket

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Unihertz Titan and Titan Pocket, back view

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BlackBerry Passport, BlackBerry Key 2, Unihertz Titan Pocket, BlackBerry Q10, Nokia E6

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Unihertz Titan Pocket in hand

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Front-facing camera

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Hardware QWERTY keyboard

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3.5mm audio port and IR blaster

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Left side buttons

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Right side buttons

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Rear camera and metal back panel

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