Turing Phone Cadenza to feature 12GB RAM, 60MP Camera, 1TB Storage, & 4 SIM Cards Support
Turing Robotic Industries, the U.S based company, had announced its first smartphone called Turing Phone in 2015. This device is considered unhackable, unbreakable and even waterproof. The end-to-end encryption on the device is built with the Liquidmorphium that makes it stronger than Steel and Aluminum. Today, the company has sent out the newsletter carrying the specifications of the upcoming Turing Phone Cadenza.
The first Turing Phone is running on Sailfish OS showing the privacy as the reason. The TRI’s Cadenza features a 5.8-inch Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels) display and is powered by not one, but two unannounced Snapdragon 830 processors. Along with dual processors, the device also sports 12GB (2 x 6GB) of LPDDR4 RAM and 1TB of storage space (2 x 256GB built-in and 2 x 256GB MicroSD card slot). The Marshall London takes care of the high-quality audio on this device.
Rear camera is equipped with four iMax 6K cameras with 60MP resolution and Triplet lens. On front there is a 20MP dual camera setup. The device is built out of Graphene Oxide body with the second generation liquid metal structural frame. The device supports four nano SIMs and supports 4G LTE along with VoLTE.
As seeing the unbelievable specifications, device come with 100Wh battery capacity and also a 2400mAh Graphene Supercapacitor battery plus a 1600mAh Li-ion Hydrogen Fuel cell. Apart from 5.8-inch 2K Display, none of the specifications will be seen on any current smartphone. Get back to the normal life and have a look at smartphones with 6GB RAM which are at least available in the market.