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Turing uncovers two smartphones entitled as “Turing Phone Cadenza and Turing Monolith Chaconne” with unbelievable crazy specs. These two smartphones are introduced by Steve Chao CEO of TRI (Turing Robotic Industry) via news listing. “He stated that it is our belief that we can disrupt the status quo by bringing the Turing Phone Cadenza from the future to the present”.

Both these smartphones are Unbreakable and Unhackable and is built with liquid morphium which is stronger than the steel and aluminum. Cadenza is expected to be released on 2017, whereas Monolith on 2018. Turing claims these handsets as a perfectly designed one.

Here come the key specs of

turing-cadenzaTURING PHONE CADENZA:

• 5.8-inch (2560×1440 pixels) display

• 2 Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 S processors

• 12 GB RAM i.e. Two LPDDR4 6 GB RAM Unit

• 1 TB internal storage (two 256 GB memory and added 500 GB which can be extended via micro-SD card)

• Swordfish OS with deep learning (AI) features

• 60 MP Quad rear camera with iMAX 6K, triplet lens T/1.2 aperture

• 20 MP Dual Front Camera

• Supports 4G VoLTE and can install up to 4 Nano SIM Cards

• One can connect multiple CPU via WiGig interface @60 GHz

• 100 Wh battery with 2400 mAh graphene battery and a pair of 1600 mAh li-ion battery with hydrogen fuel cells

• It has “Voice On” Technology that helps to turn on and off the handset via voice command

turing-monolith-chaconneTURING MONOLITH CHACONNE:

• 6.4 -inch (3840×2160 pixels) 4K display

• 3 Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 S processors

• 18 GB RAM i.e. Three LPDDR4 6 GB RAM Unit

• 1.2 TB internal storage (two 768 GB memory and added 500 GB which can be extended via micro-SD card)

• Swordfish OS with deep learning (AI) features

• 60 MP Quad rear camera with iMAX 6K, triplet lens T/1.2 aperture

• 20 MP Dual Front Camera

• Supports 4G VoLTE and can install up to 4 Nano SIM Cards

• One can connect multiple CPU via WiGig interface @60 GHz

• 120 Wh battery with 3600 mAh graphene battery and a pair of 2600 mAh li-ion battery with hydrogen fuel cells

• It has “Voice On” Technology that helps to turn on and off the handset via voice command


 

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