Turing Phone Cadenza Has 2 X Snapdragon 830, 60MP Camera, 12 GB RAM and 1 TB Storage
Turing Robotic Industries
Turing Phone Cadenza
Graphene Oxide Body
Liquid Metal Frame
2560 x 1440 px
2 x Qualcomm Snapdragon 830
2 x 256 GB NAND Flash 2
2 X 6 GB LPDDR4X
2 X 256 GB Micro SD card Slot
Swordfish OS based on Sailfish OS
60 MP Quad Sensor Array
20 MP Dual Sensor Array
100 wh battery based on:
2600 mAh Graphene Super-capacitor +
1600 mAh li-on+
Hydrogen Fuel Cell
4 x Sim Slot
WiGig Network Support
Turing’s latest smartphone may seem over the top, but, that is exactly what you need in today’s smartphone environment. Meet the company’s latest project the Turing Phone Cadenza. A phone that has doubles of everything and then a chassis to make every tech enthusiast stay up the night.
For starters you get a pretty run of the mill 5.8 inch QHD display with 2560 x 1440px of resolution, and that is exactly where the boring stops and the awesome begins.
The Turing Phone Cadenza is run on a dual Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 setup with 12 GB of RAM ( LPDDR4X 2x 6GB) along with a whopping 1 TB of storage with 2 x 256 GB flash memory modules installed and dual 256 GB memory card slots.
If you are starting to ache from all these specs, then what’s next will push you towards borderline insanity. The camera setup comprises of a total of 60 MP using a quad sensor array for the rear, and the front camera will have a dual 10MP sensor setup to deliver a 20 MP front camera experience.
The company wants to power this with a 2400 Graphene power cell battery mated with a 1600 mAh li-on battery and a Hydrogen Fuel Cell ( umm … Yeah!). The battery setup will deliver a total of 100 wh of juice.
All the above power and dual chipset setup will support 4 X SIM cards and audio is delivered by Marshall London Global Equaliser.
If all of this suits your needs, the Turing Phone Cadenza will be wrapped in a Graphene Oxide Composite frame with a Liquid metal structure.
Turing wants to sell this phone running Swordfish OS, which boasts a deep learning AI, and is based on the Sailfish OS.
The Turing Phone Cadenza will become a reality in early 2017 with no price in sight, expect to shed a fortune for this rocket-ship of a smartphone.