Turing Robotics Industries (TRI) had recently announced its Turing Phone Cadenza with unbelievable specs and features. The upcoming smartphone from TRI is claimed to come with insane specifications such as dual Snapdragon 830 processors. The phone was earlier spotted on Android Police, via a mailing list. The company is stating the upcoming smartphone as a ‘perfectly designed device’. The phone is expected to launch next year.
Coming to the specifications, the device will feature a 5.8-inch Quad HD (2560×1440 pixels) display. The smartphone will be powered by two high-end processors (rumored Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 SoCs), coupled with 6GBx2 RAM modules i.e. 12GB RAM. The superphone will have massive built-in storage capabilities of 512GB and memory expansion feature up to 500GB using microSD cards.
On the camera front, the device will sport 60MP of the primary rear camera along with 20MP dual front-shooter cameras. The rear camera features iMax 6K Quad rear camera and Triplet Lens/T1.2.
For connectivity, the device is claimed to support quad 4G VoLTE nano SIMs. Furthermore, the device is expected to offer WiGig technology that operates in a 60GHz frequency range at 1GBps transmission speed. The device has a Bluetooth-based sound technology called aptX which is developed by Qualcomm. The sound quality of smartphone is enhanced with Marshall’s Global Equalizer.
The Cadenza runs on Turing’s own operating system named as Swordfish OS which features deep learning AI capabilities. This operating system is a version of Jolla’s Sailfish OS. As per the company, the device has a system which is based on artificial intelligence and mechanism learning that supports Convolution Neutral Networks and Natural Language Processing. The device also features VoiceOn function which is the advanced artificial intelligence with authenticated power on/off capabilities.
The smartphone will be backed by a triple power source which includes a 1600mAh hydrogen fuel cell with 2400mAh Graphene Supercapacitor battery and standard Lithium-Ion pack.
The upcoming device from Turing Robotics Industries is claimed to be the first smartphone to feature a liquid metal design.
Reference: Android Police