Turing Robotic Industries wants to establish itself in the smartphone market, but cannot differentiate itself in technical features. What shall we do? It has decided to focus on something different like security and design and it seems to be doing a good job in that area.

Inside the Turing Phone is a free, isolated server that creates encrypted communication between owners of other similar models, as well as a biometric reader and a magnetic charging system. It comes pre-installed with public and private encryption keys, ensuring that you don’t have to do complex configurations to isolate it from intruders.

On the outside, it’s made of a metallic alloy called “liquidmorphium” that will be stronger than steel and titanic, impossible to bend, and more resistant to drops and other impacts than its rivals.

Technicial Specifications

  • Operating System: Android 5.0 (with Turing UI)
  • Display: 5.5″ Full HD (1080p)
  • Processor: 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801
  • RAM memory: 3GB
  • Internal Storage: 16GB, 64GB and 128GB
  • Camera: 13 MP (rear) and 8 MP (front)
  • Battery: 3000mAh

The design is elegant and the color scheme gives the device an almost unique look. The Turing Phone is scheduled to launch on August 10, and while the figures are unconfirmed, it shouldn’t deviate from the following prices: $700 or R$2.1k (64GB version) and US$870 or R$2,600 (128GB model).

Source: Tec Mundo

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